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Label

Tag, label, sticker; Especially important in air freight. All packages with AWB number, destination airport, Marking and recipients are identified by labels A label is a term used to identify, mark, or classify something. In general, the term “label” is used in a variety of contexts, both physical and digital….

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Letter of credit

Payment guarantee issued by the buyer’s bank in favor of the seller (accredited = beneficiary), provided that the latter fulfills its obligations under the purchase contract.

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Letter of credit

Payment guarantee of the buyer’s bank in favor of the seller (Accredited = Beneficiary), provided that the latter has fulfilled its obligations under the Purchase contract fulfilled A letter of credit is a payment instrument in international trade used to secure payments between buyers and sellers. It is a binding…

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Load weight Payload

Load weight or payload refers to the weight of cargo or luggage that a vehicle or machine can carry. It is the maximum mass that can be moved over a given distance without compromising the safety or performance of the means of transportation. The load weight varies depending on the…

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Loading slip

A document issued by the carrier on its obligations to the Delivery of the cargo to the legitimate owner of the bill A bill of lading is a document that represents proof of receipt or delivery of goods in a cargo shipment. It is usually issued by freight forwarders, shipping…

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Loading time

Target range within which the goods are loaded and unloaded in road freight transport. Must be Generally, it refers to a period of time set aside for the loading or unloading of goods or the exchange of materials. Here are some common meanings of the term: Loading period in transportation:…

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