Do you know the answer to this high octane question relating to carriage of goods by sea..??
I have been writing this blog since 2008 and thought its time that I asked for some feedback from YOU, the loyal readers of this blog.. Please complete a small survey which will assist me in making this blog more useful and effective for all..
An interesting question from a reader about who will get the claim amount in a CIF shipment where the cargo is damaged in transit.. The seller or the buyer..??
Read comments from an expert..
Does demurrage and detention apply to LCL shipments is a question asked by a reader after reading the very popular article about the difference between demurrage and detention..
I received below call for assistance from Claire based in UK regarding Amazon FBA shipments that she wants to make from China to USA..
Since I have no idea about the processes and procedures involved here, I thought to post the question(s) here so someone who probably has some info can assist..
This post is about a question from a supplier based in USA who trades in hazardous goods.. He has a valid and interesting question that needs an answer.. Are you upto it..??
If multiple notify parties are used on the bill of lading for a shipment, do they have a different role and responsibility..?? Are they similar or different..?? And what is the reason for multiple notify parties..??
In this article I will examine a reader’s question as below, regarding Reefer containers, PTI and liability due to incorrect temperature setting..
We booked a shipment with a shipping line and we asked the containers temp should be +10, however the PTI was made -10 which damaged our goods.
Now the question is are we responsible as shippers or our transporters to check the temperature in the container before stuffing? or to verify the PTI report? knowing that our Bill of Lading read +10 as we requested.
Cargo is moving from A to C under a through bill of lading.. B is the transhipment port.. There are some customs inspections at transhipment point B for which the shipping line is asking the client to pay..
Client says that the shipping line should be liable..
Can the shipping line be held liable..?? Contribute your thoughts..
Insurance is a very important item in any business transaction.. Shipping is no different..
Will there be any impact on the insurance cover taken if the bill of lading issued for the shipment is an Express Bill of Lading..??