Type of package where a standard quantity of products of a specific product type can be packed and that requires no additional packaging for storage and shipment.
Low portable platform, usually wooden, on which cargo is stacked for storage or transportation; a skid.
Superstructure which can be applied to a pallet to convert it into either a box or post pallet.
Skeleton framework, of fixed or adjustable design, to support a number of individual pallet loads.
Pedestrian- or rider-controlled non-stacking lift truck fitted with forks.
Maximum measurements and dimensions of a vessel capable of passing the Panama Canal.
Neither a CASS Airline nor a billing participant, which advises the Settlement Office of amounts due to it from agents (air cargo). CASS Airline
1. A carrier participating in a tariff and which therefore applies the rates, charges, routing and regulations of the tariff (air cargo). 2. A carrier over whose air routes one or more sections of carriage under the Air Waybill is undertaken or performed (air cargo).
Abbreviation: P.A. 1. Partial loss or damage to the goods. 2. Fortuitous partial loss to the subject matter insured, proximately caused by an insured peril but which is not a general average. Particular average only relates to damage, loss and/or expenses which are exclusively borne by the owners of a vessel which has sustained damage as a result of e.g. heavy weather or by the owners of the cargo, which has been damaged in transit. AverageGeneral AverageFree of Particular Average, English ConditionsFree of Particular Average, American Conditions