The amount of ineffective time whereby the available resources are not used e.g. a container in a yard.
The status of goods or persons between the outwards customs clearance and inwards customs clearance.
Trade terms in coded form as established by the International Chamber of Commerce in 1953, where after they have been regularly updated. (Last update 2000). The terms represent a set of international rules for the interpretation of the principal terms of delivery used in trade contracts.
Transport document made out to a named person, to order or to bearer, signed by the carrier and handed to the sender after receipt of the goods.
A system of protection against loss under which a party agrees to pay a certain sum (premiums) for a guarantee that they will be compensated under certain conditions for loss or damage.
Proof of an insurance contract..
The party covering the risks of the issued goods and/or services that are insured.
The movement of goods (containers) in one and the same loading unit or vehicle which uses successively several modes of transport without handling of the goods themselves in changing modes.
Abbreviation: IATA An international organisation of airlines, founded in 1945, with the aim of promoting the commercial air traffic. Parties should achieve this by co-operation between the parties concerned and by performance of certain rules, procedures and tariffs, regarding both cargo and passengers.
Abbreviation: IACS An organisation in which the major classification societies, among others American Bureau of Shipping, Lloyd's Register of Shipping and Germanischer Lloyd, are joined, whose principal aim is the improvement of standards concerning safety at sea.
Abbreviation: ICS A voluntary organisation of national ship-owner associations with the objective to promote interests of its members, primarily in the technical and legal fields of shipping operations.
Abbreviation: IMDG Code A code, representing the classification of dangerous goods as defined by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) in compliance with international legal requirements.
Abbreviation: IMO An United Nations agency concerned with safety at sea. Its work includes codes and rules relating to tonnage measurement of vessels, load lines, pollution and the carriage of dangerous goods. Its previous name was the Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organisation (IMCO).
An account from the supplier, for goods and/or services supplied by him.An account from the supplier, for goods and/or services supplied by him.