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Individual or firm that issues or signs a draft and thus stands to receive payment of the stated amount from the drawee.
1. The hauling of a load by a cart with detachable sides (dray). 2. Road transportation between the nearest railway terminal and the stuffing place. Connecting Road Haulage
Charge made by terminal operators for delivery of a container into depot stock. The drop-off charge may be a combination of actual handling and storage charges with surcharges.
Container consisting of a cargo-carrying structure, firmly secured within a framework, for the carriage of dry solids in bulk without packaging. Containers of this type have type codes 80 and 81.
Shipping container which is designed for the carriage of goods other than liquids.
The care that a prudent person might be expected to exercise in the examination and evaluation of risks affecting a business transaction.
Stowage material, mainly timber or board, used to prevent damage to cargo during carriage.
Pressure that is used to make a company or an individual do something which they do not want to do.
1. Ad valorem duty means an assessed amount at a certain percentage rate on the monetary value of an import. 2. Specific duty: an assessment on the weight or quantity of an article without preference to its monetary value or market price. 3. Drawback: a recovery in whole or in part of duty paid on imported merchandise at the time of exportation, in the same or different form. Drawback
Area where goods or cargo can be stored without paying import customs duties awaiting further transport or manufacturing.