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Cabotage Law in Sea Transportation

What Does Cabotage Mean? Cabotage Law in Sea Transportation is the transporting of goods and passengers between ports in a country by a foreign transporter. What...

What is HS Code – Harmonized System (The complete Guide)

What is HS Code? Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System is commonly known as the HS Code or Harmonized System. The World Customs Organisation (WCO)...

Introduction to Sea Port and Harbour

Introduction to Sea Port and Harbour provides you a complete knowledge including identifying the difference of harbour and port as well as the available...

AMS filing- Automated Manifest System

What is AMS meaning in shipping? AMS-Automated Manifest System is the manifesting system in U.S ports. This is also identified as U.S Customs 24-Hour manifesting...

The Charter Party Contract

What is Chartering? In general, you know how cargo moves via sea with the support of the carrier. If the shipper has cargo to fill...

Customs House Agent (CHA)- Customs Broker

Who is a Customs House Agent? As the name reflects the agent of the customs calls the Customs House Agent. The customs broker act as...

Customs Declaration- CusDec

What is CusDec Stand for? Customs Declaration What is the Use of Customs Declaration? Every country has a border control body to control the goods flow...

Bill of Lading- BL

What is Bill of Lading?  Bill of Lading is commonly used as BL. It is a transport document. A carrier issus the bill of lading....

Freight Forwarder

Who is a Freight Forwarder? A freight forwarder is a party or a company act as the agent of the cargo owner. They can...

NVOCC – Non Vessel Operating Common Carrier

NVOCC | Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier