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10Q Thank You
404 I have no clue (from the missing web page 404 Error)
411 Information
911 Emergency
3PL (Third Party Logistics Provider) An organization that manages and executes a particular logistics function, using its own assets and resources, on behalf of another company.
4PL (Fourth Party Logistics Provider) The term "4PL" was introduced into the supply chain to convey that deep informational technology skills and deeper analytical skills were required to achieve supply chain leadership. But the true evolution of the 4PL term is better defined in context of the global marketplace where outsourced logistics creates more of a partnership critical to success than a supplier/customer relationship. Companies in the global marketplace are finding that supply chain engineered logistics is not a commodity, and understand it is a vital means to boost their cost savings, enhancing their cash flow and improving servicing levels for getting their products to market.
AA Always Afloat (In some ports the ship aground when approaching, or at berth.)
AAAA Always Accessible Always Afloat
AAOSA Always Afloat or Safe Aground
AAPA American Association of Port Authorities
AAR Abbreviation for:
- Against All Risks (insurance clause).
- Association of American Railroads.
AARA Amsterdan-Antwerp-Rotterdam Area
Abaft A point beyond the midpoint of a ships length, towards the rear or stern.
Abandon A proceeding wherein a shipper/consignee seeks authority to abandon all or parts of their cargo.
Abandonment (Ins) Giving up the proprietary rights in insured property to the Underwriter in exchange for payment of a constructive total loss.
Abatement A discount allowed for damage or overcharge in the payment of a bill.
ABC Analysis Classification of items in an inventory according to importance defined in terms of criteria such as sales volume and purchase volume
ABI U.S. Customs' "Automated Broker Interface," by which brokers file importers' entries electronically. Part of US Customs' Automated Commercial System, permits transmission of data pertaining to merchandise being imported into US. Qualified participants include brokers, importers, carriers, port authorities, and independent data processing companies.
Able Bodied Seaman A member of the deck crew who is able to perform all the duties of an experienced seaman; certificated by examination; must have three years sea service. Also called Able Seaman and A.B.
Aboard Referring to cargo being put, or laden, onto a means of conveyance.
Above Deck On the deck
Absorption One carrier assumes the charges of another without any increase in charges to the shipper. Acceptance by the carrier of a portion of a joint rate or charge which is less than the amount which it would receive for the service in the absence of such joint rate or charge (aircargo).
ABS American Bureau of Shipping: A U.S.-based private classification, or standards setting society for merchant ships and other marine systems.
ABT About
Abusive Draw Drawing on a standby letter of credit/demand guarantee when no violation of the underlying contract has occurred.
Acceptance - A time draft (or bill of exchange) that the drawee (payer) has accepted and is unconditionally obligated to pay at maturity.
- Broadly speaking, any agreement to purchase goods under specified terms.
Acceptance of Goods The process of receiving a consignment from a consignor, usually against the issue of a receipt. As from this moment and on this place the carrier's responsibility for the consignment begins.
Accessibility A carrier's ability to provide service between an origin and a destination
Accessorial Charges Charges that are applied to the base tariff rate or base contract rate, e.g., bunkers, container, currency, destination/delivery.
Accident (Ins) An unexpected fortuitous event, unforeseen and unintended, not under the control of an insured and resulting in a loss.
Accident Frequency (Ins) The number of times an accident occurs. Used in predicting losses upon which premiums are based.
Accompanied Transport The transport of complete road vehicles by another means of transport (e.g. train, ferry) accompanied by the driver.
Account Party Party for whom a letter of credit is opened. "Account party" and "applicant" are generally synonymous, but sometimes one party will agree with the issuing bank to make all payments under a letter of credit showing the name of another party (often two affiliated companies). Banks may refer to one of these parties as the applicant and the other as the account party, but there is no consistency among banks regarding which is which.
Accumulation    When a large value of goods move on one vessel-truck-aircraft, though the odds of an accident or damage occurring do not increase, the severity of any loss is far greater because such a large value is at risk on that one transport.
   Because of this, insurance rates may be higher for such a shipment than if the goods were spread over several movements because the loss of this one transport would result in such a large loss.
ACEP See "Approved Continuous Examination Program"
ACH Automated Clearinghouse is a feature of US Customs' Automated Broker Interface combining elements of bank lock box arrangements with electronic funds transfer services to replace cash or check for payment of estimated duties, taxes and fees on imported merchandise.
Acknowledgement of Receipt A notification relating to the receipt of e.g. goods, messages and documents.
ACP Alternative Compliance Program
Acquiescence When a bill of lading is accepted or signed by a shipper or shipper's agent without protest, the shipper is said to acquiesce to the terms, giving a silent form of consent.
Acquittance A written receipt in full, in discharge from all claims.
ACS (A.C.S.) U.S. Customs' master computer system, "Automated Commercial Systems."
Act of God An act beyond human control, such as lightning, flood or earthquake. A calamity beyond human control which happens to property — lightning, for example. Damage done by an Act of God would not be the responsibility of a bailee, although he/she might be responsible for many other calamities. Acts of God are excluded by the usual bill of lading and, to the extent not specifically assumed, by insurance policies.
Act Of God (Ins) A flood, an earthquake or other accident or event that is without any human intervention and that could not have been prevented by reasonable care or foresight, but is the result of natural causes (A snowstorm is an Act of God; driving in one is an act of man).
Action Message An alert that a software system generates to inform the controller of a situation requiring his or her attention
Active Stock Goods in active pick locations and ready for order filling
Activity Based Costing A method of cost management that identifies business activities performed, accumulates costs associated with these activities, and uses various cost drivers to trace costs of activities to the products
Actual Cash Value (Ins) The sum of money required to pay for damages or lost property, computed on the basis of replacement value less its depreciation by obsolescence or general wear.
Actual Total Loss (Ins)

Occurs when:
   (1) the insured property is completely destroyed or
   (2) the Assured is irretrievably deprived of the insured property or
   (3) cargo changes in character so that it is no longer the thing that was insured or
   (4) a ship is posted "missing" at Lloyd's, in which case both the ship and its cargo are deemed to be an actual total loss.

Actual Voyage Number A code for identification purposes of the voyage and vessel which actually transports the container/cargo.
Ad Valorem A term from Latin meaning, "according to value."
ADCOM Addresse Commission
Added Value The value attributed to products, and services as the result of a particular process (e.g. production process, storage, transport).
Addendum Additional clause or terms in a contract
Additional Insured (Ins) A person or firm or corporation other than the named insured on a policy or mortgage company named in a mortgagee clause, who is protected against loss by the terms of the policy or mortgage company named in the mortgage clause.
Add Ons (Ins) Additional coverages to your basic policy.
Adjuster (Ins) An individual representing the insurance company and acting for the company in working on agreements as to the amount of a loss and the liability of the company in same.
Admeasurement The confirmed or official dimensions of a ship
Administrative Law Judge A representative of a government commission or agency vested with power to administer oaths, examine witnesses, take testimony, and conduct hearings of cases submitted to, or initiated by, that agency. Also called Hearing Examiner.
Admiralty (Adm.) Refers to marine matters such as an Admiralty Court.
Admiralty Courts Courts of law that deal with matters pertaining to the sea.
ADN Any Day Now
ADR See "Articles Dangereux de Route"
Advance To move cargo up line to a vessel leaving sooner than the one booked. (See "Roll.")
Advance Arrangement Agreement between the shipper and the carrier, concerning contacts between those parties prior to tendering the consignment.
Advanced Amount Quantity of cash or cash equivalents expressed in a monetary amount given to a driver to cover expenses during a trip.
Advanced Charge Transportation charge advanced by one carrier to another to be collected by the later carrier from the consignor or consignee.
Advanced Interline An interline carrier that picks up cargo from the shipper and delivers it to another carrier for shipment to the consignee.
Advanced Multihull Design (AMD) Description of vessel with more than one hull - catamaran or trimaran
Advanced Shipment Notice A list transmitted to a customer or consignor designating items shipped. May also include expected time of arrival
Advance Freight Partial payment of the bill of lading freight in advance; in other respects is the same as guaranteed freight.
Advance Payment Funds given by the buyer of goods to the seller prior to shipment, often just a percentage of the value of the goods with the remainder paid after shipment.
Advance Payment Bond Bond, guarantee, or standby letter of credit given by a seller receiving an advance payment to the buyer to assure that the funds will be returned if goods are never shipped.
Adventure Shipment of goods on shipper's own account. A bill of adventure is a document signed by the master of the ship that carries goods at owner' risk.
Adverse Selection (Ins)

Selection against the insurance company; the tendency of more poor risks to buy and maintain insurance than good risks.

Advice Note A written piece of information e.g. about the status of the goods.
Advice of Shipment A notice sent to a local or foreign buyer advising that shipment has gone forward and containing details of packing, routing, etc. A copy of the invoice is often enclosed and, if desired, a copy of the bill of lading.
Advising Bank A bank operating in the seller's country, that handles letters of credit in behalf of a foreign bank.
Aeroquip System Special accessories in a container consisting of among others the attachment rails on the inside walls to provide facilities for lashing and separation of the cargo.
AFAIK As Far As I Know
Affiliate A company that controls, or is controlled by another company, or is one of two or more commonly controlled companies.
AFK Away From Keyboard
Affreightment, Contract of An agreement by an ocean carrier to provide cargo space on a vessel at a specified time and for a specified price to accommodate an exporter or importer.
AFSPS Arrival First Sea Pilot Station
Aft Movement toward the stern (back end) of a ship.
Agency Fee A fee charged to the ship by the ship's agent, representing payment for services while the ship was in port. Sometimes called attendance fee.
Agency Tariff A tariff published by an agent on behalf of several carriers.
Agent (Agt.) - A person or organization authorized to act for or on behalf of another person or organization.
-  In shipping, an agent is a corporate body with which UNION-TRANSPORT has an agreement to perform particular functions on behalf of UNION-TRANSPORT at an agreed payment. An agent is either part of the UNION-TRANSPORT network or an independent body.
     The following functions and responsibilities may apply to the activities of an agent:

1. SALES Marketing, acquisition of cargo, issuing quotations, concluding contracts in coordination with UNION-TRANSPORT. In essence the agent is the first point of entry into the UNION-TRANSPORT organization for a shipper.
2. BOOKINGS Booking of cargo in accordance with allotments assigned to the agent for a certain voyage by UNION-TRANSPORT.
3. DOCUMENTATION Responsible for timeliness and correctness of all documentation required, regarding the carriage of cargo.
4. HANDLING Taking care of all procedures connected with physical handling of cargo.
5. EQUIPMENT CONTROL Managing of all equipment stock in a particular area.
6. ISSUING Authorized to sign and issue Bills of Lading and other transport documents.
7. COLLECTING Authorized to collect freight and charges on behalf of UNION-TRANSPORT.
8. DELIVERY The agent who releases the cargo and is responsible for its delivery to the consignee.
9. HANDLING OF CARGO CLAIMS Handling of cargo claims as per agency contract.
10. HUSBANDING Handling non cargo related operations of a vessel as instructed by the master, owner or charterer.

Agglomeration A net advantage a company gains by sharing a common location with other companies.
Aggregate Shipment Numerous shipments from different shippers to one consignee that are consolidated and treated as a single consignment.
Aggregate Tender Rate A reduced rate offered to a shipper who tenders two or more class-related shipments at one time and one place.
Agreed valuation The value of a shipment agreed upon in order to secure a specific freight rate.
Agreed Weight The weight prescribed by agreement between carrier and shipper for goods shipped in certain packages or in a certain number.
Aground Touching or fast to the bottom.
AGVS See "Automated Guided Vehicle System"
A.G.W. All Going Well
A.I. All Inclusive
Aids to Navigation Artificial objects to supplement natural objects indicating safe and unsafe waters.
A.I.D. Agency for International Development.
Air Cargo Freight that is moved by air transportation
Air Carrier An enterprise that offers transportation service via air - airline
Air Taxi An exempt for-hire air carrier that will fly anywhere on demand; air taxis are restricted to a maximum payload and passenger capacity per plane
Air Cargo Agent An agent appointed by an airline to solicit and process international airfreight shipments.
Air Cargo Containers Containers designed to conform to the inside of an aircraft. There are many shapes and sizes of containers. Aircargo containers fall into three categories: 1) aircargo pallets 2) lower deck containers 3) box type containers.
Air Container Any unit load device, primarily intended for transport by air, having an internal volume of 1 cubic meter or more, incorporating restraint provisions compatible with an aircraft restraint system, and an entirely flush base bottom to allow handling on rollerbed cargo handling systems.
Airwaybill (AWB) Document made out by or on behalf of the carrier confirming receipt of goods by carrier and evidencing contract between shipper and carrier for the carriage of goods.
AIS Automatic Identification System
All Cargo Carrier An air carrier that transports cargo only
All In The total price to move cargo from origin to destination, inclusive of all charges.
Allision The act of striking or collision of a moving vessel against a stationary object.
Allocation The process of assigning activities, costs or facilities e.g. space to a certain organizational units.
All Other Perils & Misfortunes Phrase in Cargo policy meaning perils of the same nature as those described specifically in the Perils clause.
Allotment A share of the capacity of a means of transport assigned to a certain party, i.e. a carrier or an agent, for the purpose of the booking of cargo for a specific voyage.
All Risk(s) (Ins) - All Risk Coverage - broadest kind of standard coverage but excludes damage caused by war, strikes or riots (civil commotions).
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Insurance against loss or damage to property arising from any fortuitous cause, except such as may be specifically excluded.
All Water Term used when the transportation is completely by water
Alongside A phrase referring to the side of a ship. Goods delivered "alongside" are to be placed on the dock or barge within reach of the transport ship's tackle so that they can be loaded.
Alternative Rates Privilege to use the rate producing the lowest charge.
Ambient Temperature The temperature of a surrounding body. The ambient temperature of a container is the atmospheric temperature to which it is exposed.
AMC American Maritime Congress
AMD -Advanced Multihull Design
-Amended
Amended (AMD) Change to a document or clause - normally initialed and dated to show all parties accepted and approved the Amendment
American Bureau of Shipping U.S. classification society which certifies seagoing vessels for compliance to standardized rules regarding construction and maintenance.
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) ANSI was founded in 1918 to coordinate national standards in the U.S. ANSI is the central body responsible for the identification of a single consistent set of voluntary standards called American National Standards. ANSI provides an open forum for the identification of standards requirements, development of plans to meet those requirements, and agreement on standards. ANSI itself does not develop standards. In 1979 ANSI chartered a new committee, which in now known as Accredited Standards Committee (ASC) X12 Electronic Data Interchange, to develop uniform standards for electronic interchange of business transactions.
Amidships In or toward the center of the ship.
AMS The U.S. Customs' "Automated Manifest System."
Anchorage Site where a ship drops anchor.
Ancillary Guarantee Type of guarantee where the guarantor joins with one of the parties to the contract and agrees to fulfill that party’s obligations if necessary, effectively co-signing the contract. As opposed to an independent or demand guarantee, under an ancillary guarantee the guarantor also acquires rights under the contract and may resort to terms in the contract to dispute claims against the guarantee. Also called a "contract guarantee." Although banks in the U.S. are generally prohibited by law from issuing ancillary guarantees, banks in other countries are not. US banks instead issue demand guarantees or standby letters of credit.
ANSI See "American National Standards Institute"
ANTHAM Anterp-Hamburg Range
Anti-Dumping Duty A tariff imposed to discourage sale of foreign goods, subsidized to sell at low prices detrimental to local manufacturers.
Any Quantity (A.Q.) Usually refers to a rating that applies to an article regardless of size or quantity.
Apparel - A vessel's outfit, such as rigging, anchor and life boats
- Term used in distribution/transport of clothing for a single piece of clothing, a garment.
Apparent Good Order When freight appears to be free of damage so far as a general survey can determine.
Application (Ins) A signed statement by a prospective insured client which becomes a part of the insurance contract.
Application Service Provider (ASP) An online outsourcer or hosting service for applications, letting Net market makers rent instead of buying applications and services such as auctions, exchanges and catalog aggregation. Many application vendors are moving to a hosting model, but ASPs are often application-agnostic, plugging a feature of one application into a marketplace when appropriate and using another feature from another vendor elsewhere.
Appraisement Determination of the dutiable value of imported merchandise by a Customs official who follows procedures outlined in their country's tariff, such as the U.S. Tariff Act of 1930.
Appraiser's Stores The warehouse or public stores to which samples of imported goods are taken to be inspected, analyzed, weighed, etc. by examiners or appraisers.
Approval - Documents Sent On Treatment of letter of credit documents wherein the negotiating bank does not certify that the documents meet the requirements of the L/C, but rather forwards the documents to the issuing bank with a request that it examine the documents, obtain waiver of any discrepancies, and pay, or, in the case of time drafts, accept the drafts, if drawn on them, or authorize acceptance by the drawee bank.
Approved Continuous Examination Program (ACEP) An agreement between the owners of the equipment and the responsible governmental body to allow continuous examination of the equipment (e.g. containers).
Appraisal (Ins) A survey of property made for determining its insurable value or the amount of loss sustained.
APS Arrival Pilot Station
ARAG Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp-Ghent Range
Arbitrage The buying of foreign exchange, securities, or commodities in one market and the simultaneous selling in another market, in terms of a third market. By this manipulation a profit is made because of the difference in the rates of exchange or in the prices of securities or commodities involved.
Arbitrary A stated amount over a fixed rate to one point to make a rate to another point.
Arbitration Method of settling disputes where a neutral third party mediates differences. Arbitration is normally binding on all parties.
ARE Acronym Rich Environment
Area of Repair Geographical area where a container is under repair
Area Off Hire Lease Geographical area where a leased container becomes off hire
Area Off Hire Sublease Geographical area where a subleased container becomes off hire
Area On Hire Lease Geographical area where a leased container becomes on hire
Area On Hire Sublease Geographical area where a subleased container becomes on hire
Arrival Notice A notification by carrier of ship's arrival to the consignee, the "Notify Party," and - when applicable - the "Also Notify Party." These parties in interest are listed in blocks 3, 4 and 10, respectively, of the Bill of Lading.
Articles Dangereux de Route (ADR)

An European agreement concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by road.

Articles of Agreement

The document containing all particulars relating to the terms of agreement between the master of the vessel and the crew. Sometimes called ship's articles, shipping articles.

A/S Alongside
ASAP As Soon As Possible
ASBA American Shipbokers Association
ASC X12 American Standards Committee X12 responsible for developing EDI standards for the United States.
ASN See "Advanced Shipment Notice"
ASP See "Application Service Provider"
ASPW Any Safe Port in the World
ASRS See "Automated Storage & Retrieval System"
Assailing Thieves Forcible taking of property but not sneak thievery.
Assembly The stage of production in which components are put together into an end product appropriate to the process concerned.
Assignment A term commonly used in connection with a bill of lading. It involves the transfer of rights, title and interest in order to assign goods by endorsing the bill of lading.
Assignment (Ins) The passing of beneficial rights from one party to another.
Assignment of Proceeds Legal mechanism by which the beneficiary of a letter of credit may pledge the proceeds of future drawings to a third party. Assigning proceeds involves giving the letter of credit to a bank, which will hold the L/C until drawn upon, along with irrevocable instructions to the bank to disburse proceeds, when generated, in a specified way, e.g., "pay 75% of each drawing to XYZ Company." The bank will acknowledge the assignment to the assignee but has no obligation actually to pay any funds to the assignee unless the L/C is drawn upon by the beneficiary and payment is received from the issuing or confirming bank. An assignment of proceeds is not an assignment or transfer of the letter of credit and the assignee acquires no rights to perform under the L/C in order to generate funds.
Assumed liability (Ins) Liability which would not rest upon a person except that he has accepted responsibility by contract expressed or implied. This is also known as contractual liability.
Astern - Behind a vessel
- Move in a reverse direction.
A.T.A. - American Trucking Association
- Actual Time of Arrival
ATD Actual Time of Departure
ATDNSHINC Any time Day or Night Sundays & Holidays Included.
ATFI Automated Tariff Filing Information System
Athwartships A direction across the width of a vessel.
At Sea In marine insurance this phrase applies to a ship which is free from its moorings and ready to sail.
ATUTC Actual Times Used To Count
Auctions Let multiple buyers bid competitively for products from individual suppliers. Suitable for hard-to-move goods such as used capital equipment (forklifts) and surplus or excess inventory. Prices only move up, but buyers can buy below list prices while sellers sell for more than a liquidator pays. Auctions are becoming a feature of many Net markets, but some use auctions as their primary market mechanism. Examples: AdAuction, TradeOut.com (used equipment).
Audit In reference to freight bills, the term audit is used to determine the accuracy of freight bills.
Auditing Determining the correct transportation charges due the carrier; auditing involves checking the freight bill for errors, correct rate, and weight.
Authentication Proof by means of a signature or otherwise that a certain document or certain data is of undisputed origin and genuine.
Authorization The commission to a certain person or body to act on behalf of another person or body. The person or body can be authorized e.g. to issue Bills of Lading or to collect freight.
Auto Container Container equipped for the transportation of vehicles.
Automated Broker Interface (ABI) Part of US Customs' Automated Commercial System, permits transmission of data pertaining to merchandise being imported into US. Qualified participants include brokers, importers, carriers, port authorities, and independent data processing companies.
Automated Clearinghouse (ACH) Automated Clearinghouse is a feature of the Automated broker Interface combining elements of bank lock box arrangements with electronic funds transfer services to replace cash or check for payment of estimated duties, taxes and fees on imported merchandise.
Automated Guided Vehicle System A computer-controlled materials handling system consisting of small vehicles (carts) that move along a guideway
Automated Storage & Retrieval System An automated, mechanized system for moving merchandise into storage locations and retrieving it when needed.
Automatic Identification A means of identifying an item e.g. a product, parcel or transport unit by a machine (device) entering the data automatically into a computer. The most widely used technology at present is bar code; others include radio frequency, magnetic stripes and optical character recognition
Automatic Pilot An instrument designed to control automatically a vessel's steering gear so that it follows a pre-determined track through the water.
Aval Guarantee added by a bank to an accepted time draft by endorsing the front of the draft "per aval." The avalizing bank becomes obligated to pay the draft at maturity if the drawee/acceptor fails to do so.
Avalized Draft Trade acceptance to which an aval has been added
Average Any partial loss or damage, due to insured perils.
Average (Ins) A marine partial loss. This can be particular average or general average
Average Adjuster An adjuster of marine losses. In general average affairs average adjusters are entrusted with the task of apportioning the loss and expenditure over the parties interested in the maritime venture and to determine which expenses are to be regarded as average or general average
Average Agreement Document signed by cargo owners by terms of which they agree to pay any General Average contribution properly due so that cargo may be released after a General Average loss has occurred.
Average Clauses Clauses in Cargo policy that determine the amount of Particular Average loss recovery.
Average Clause (Ins) A clause in a marine insurance policy, whereby partial losses are subject to special conditions (e.g. a franchise or deductible is to be applied to claims).
Average Cost Total cost, fixed plus variable, divided by total output
Average Irrespective of Percentage Broadest "with average" clause. Losses by insured perils are paid regardless of percentage.
Avoirdupois Pound Same as 0.4535924277 kilograms.
AWB Airwaybill: Document made out by or on behalf of the carrier confirming receipt of goods by carrier and evidencing contract between shipper and carrier for the carriage of goods.
Awkward Cargo Cargo of irregular size that is either containerized or un-containerized. It requires prior approval, depending on the circumstances, before confirmation of booking.
AWWL Always within Institute Warranties Limits (Insurance purpose).
   
 
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