We all know what a bill of lading is and what a contract of carriage is.. But do you know when a bill of lading become a contract of carriage..?? This article examines this question in detail..
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This interesting insight on the impact of extreme weather on contracts of carriage has been reproduced from Gard..
Intermodal vs Multimodal – These two terms are often used loosely and interchangeably, but the question is what is the difference..
Here, we will discuss what they mean and what they represent in day to day shipping and freight environment..
In one of my previous articles I had discussed the difference between Pre-Carriage & On-Carriage.. Today i received a question asking what is the difference between “Main Carriage” and “On Carriage”..
This is from someone new to the shipping industry.. Since this site is dedicated to assisting newcomers to the industry to learn about shipping and ask questions such as these, I am reproducing an updated version of the previous article..
A reader of this blog had asked a question as below : What is the limitation on 3 OBLs? Why 3….I’ve had customers request 5+ OBLs to be issued. When I said ‘no’….they asked why, and now I’m stumped. Not sure if this ties into the debate of properly endorsing the OBL….but if surrendering an […]
As advised in one of my very first articles – Article 2 – The Documents – a Bill of Lading – abbreviated to read B/L is a document that serves as a document of title, evidence of a contract of carriage and an evidence for receipt of goods by the carrier.. This is issued by the shipping line […]
Ocean, Sea waybill & Memo Bill of Lading are often confused and thought to be the same..
This article examines these three bills of lading, their differences and their uses..