The carriage of goods (containers) by any mode of transport to the place of delivery after discharge from the ocean vessel (main means of transport) at the port (place) of discharge.
An organisation, which provides all needed requirements in one location.
A freight container similar in all respects to a general purpose container except that it has no rigid roof but may have a flexible and movable or removable cover, for example one made of canvas or plastic or reinforced plastic material normally supported on movable or removable roof bows.
Cargo which dimensions are exceeding the normal dimensions of a 20 or 40 feet container, e.g. over length, over width, over height, or combinations thereof.
Written statement by a stevedoring company in which the condition of cargo discharged from a vessel is noted along with any discrepancies in the quantity compared with the vessel's manifest.
Cargo, exceeding the standard height.
Cargo, exceeding the standard length.
Cargo, exceeding the standard width.