In response to my previous post https://shippingandfreightresource.com/2009/03/31/identifying-a-stow-position/ a VERY INTERESTING question has been raised by a user Sandeep.. His question being : Quote information provided is very good. However could you please tell me why does the on deck tier numbering system start from 80 and only even numbers are used i.e. 82 , 84 […]
Very often you hear different maritime/shipping terms being bandied about during the course of many conversations and communications.. Terry Hutson, through his Ports & Ships website one of the respected shipping journalists in South Africa has compiled a list of various maritime and shipping terms from various sources.. You can read about many of the maritime […]
This is an addendum to my previous article on how an LC works..
If there is a requirement for an LC to be extended, for whatever reason, the seller has to contact the buyer who opened the LC and they will have to in turn contact the issuing bank with valid reasons for the extension..
Article explaining what is EDI and its importance in current day shipping..
This is a question one of the regular readers of the blog posed to me the other day.. As you might have read in my previous post https://shippingandfreightresource.com/2008/10/13/article-2-the-documents/ there are many types of bills of lading one would encounter.. While each of the bills have a different ending point, the general ending point would be […]
This was a question from one the readers of the blog.. Its usually known as a back to back bill of lading rather than shipment as the shipment is actually the same but the documentation will be different.. Well, back to back bill of lading is when there is an NVOCC operator involved or when […]
This blog was started in October 2008.. From then it has been great being able to write on various topics/articles that i thought would be useful to the various readers.. I think it is time to get some feedback from the readers/subscribers about the blog with a view to improving the blog and make it […]