Answers to test your shipping knowledge Week – 50


Answers to test your shipping knowledge Week – 50 1) What is the height in feet of a 40’ Standard Container (GP containers come in either 8 feet or 8.6 feet height) 2) What is the height in feet of a 40’ High Cube container (High Cube containers have a height of 9.6 feet and…

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Test your shipping knowledge – week 50


|| December 13th, 2008 || Shipping Knowledge || , || Estimated reading time: 0 minutes Less than a minute || comments 2 Comments on Test your shipping knowledge – week 50

This week’s questions to test your shipping knowledge.. 1) What is the height in feet of a 40’ Standard Container 2) What is the height in feet of a 40’ High Cube container 3) What is the width in feet of a 40’ High Cube container 4) What is the difference between a 40’ High Cube container and a…

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Answers to Test your shipping knowledge – week 49


|| December 13th, 2008 || Shipping Knowledge || , || Estimated reading time: 1 minute ||

1) What is meant by the term DDP..?? (Refer to https://shippingandfreightresource.com/2008/11/15/article-7-inco-terms/) 2) What is the significance of the term Ex-Works..?? (Refer to https://shippingandfreightresource.com/2008/11/15/article-7-inco-terms/) 3) Which is the 1st page of a bill of lading (Each bill of lading has two sides (pages) – the 1st page is the page which displays the terms and conditions…

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Test your shipping knowledge – week 49 – 2008


Thought that this would be a good way to find out what we know and dont know about shipping – basically the work that we do on a daily basis.. It will be a series of questions on a weekly basis.. Starting with week 49.. See how many points you can get.. Give yourself 2…

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