Freight Services

What is the meaning of CFS and CY?

CFS stands for Container Freight Station and it is used for LCL shipment, and CY stands for Container Yard and it is used for FCL shipment.

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What is the Sea Waybill?

Seaway Bill of Lading: a bill of lading issued by the shipping line to their customer after the payment of all charges and submission of all customs/port documents relevant to that country...it is NOT a Negotia...

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What does volumetric weight mean in air freight?

The cost of a shipment can be affected by the amount of space that it occupies on an aircraft, rather than the actual weight. This is the volumetric (or dimensional) weight. You can use the following formula to...

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What are RORO ships or vessels?

They are ships designed to carry wheeled cargo such as cars, trucks and other self propelled machines.

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What are the common methods of Ocean shipping?

The common methods are containerized, RORO and breakbulk.

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How do Airlines calculate storage charges?

Storage charges are based on the weight of the shipment.

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What is a Terminal Fee?

Terminal Fees are what the airlines charge for handling your shipment.

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What does FSC stand for?

Fuel Surcharge: charged by the airline.

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What does incoterm CFR mean?

Cost and Freight.

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What does incoterm CPT mean?

Carriage & Insurance paid to.

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