Como la terminología de los glosarios tiene aplicación en el negocio internacional, le ofrecemos también en nuestra página en idioma español esta información en inglés.
Letter of Credit
Slip of e.g. paper or metal attached to an object to indicate the nature, ownership, destination, contents and/or other particulars of the object. Bar CodingDangerous Goods DeclarationOverpackShipping Label
Movement of goods from one port to another partially by land and partially by water, as a substitute for all-water transport.
To hold goods in position by the use of e.g. wires, ropes, chains and straps. Lighter Aboard Ship
Point on a means of transport to which wires, chains, ropes or straps, which are used to hold goods in position, are attached.
Participating airline over which air routes the last section of carriage under the Air Waybill is undertaken or performed.
Abbreviation: LIFO. Method of which the assumption is that the most recently received (last in) is the first to be used or sold (first out).
Angular distance of a position on its meridian north or south from the equator, measured in degrees.
Number of days allowed in a charter party for the loading and discharging of cargo. Lay days may be indicated in different ways, e.g. consecutive days, working days, weather working days.