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Basic knowledge of container freight (5) CNS Logistics

by:CNS     2021-04-18
Basic knowledge of container freight (5): 2018-07-17 12:02:00 FCL (full container load abbreviation: FCL) The relative terminology of LCL. The shipper is responsible for packing, counting, stowage and lead-sealed freight. The unpacking of the FCL is generally handled by the consignee. But you can also entrust the carrier to unpack the box at the freight station. However, the carrier is not responsible for the damage or poor cargo in the box. Unless the cargo party proves that it is the damage caused by the carrier's liability accident, the carrier shall be responsible for compensation. The carrier shall use the container as the delivery unit for the entire container. As long as the appearance of the container is similar to that when it is received and the lead seal is complete, the carrier has fulfilled the responsibility of the carrier. On the FCL freight bill of lading, the clauses of'consignor packing, counting and sealing' shall be added. Less than containerload (less than containerload abbreviation: LCL) A relative term for FCL. Not a full box of small-ticket goods. This kind of cargo is usually collected by the carrier separately and collected at a container freight station or inland station, and then two or more cargoes are assembled in a container, and the same must be at the destination container freight station or inside. Unpack the boxes and deliver them separately. For this kind of goods, the carrier has to bear the packing and unpacking operations, and the packing and unpacking fees are still charged to the cargo party. The carrier’s responsibility for LCL cargo is basically the same as that of traditional grocery transportation. Number of slots (number of slots) The number of containers that can be recorded on a full container ship. Every full-container dedicated ship expresses its container capacity in 20-foot conversion units. Slots On the container yard, they are drawn in a regular pattern according to the corresponding dimensions of the container to indicate the grid position where the containers are stacked. There is a number on the box to facilitate shipment. [page] Bay number The horizontal stowage position of containers on a dedicated ship. The numbering method is to indicate from the bow to the stern accordingly: 01, 02, 03……. Row number (row number) is also called column number. The tandem stowage position of the container on the dedicated ship. There are two marking methods: one is to mark from the port side to the right accordingly: 01, 02... the other is to mark the left and right from the middle. The port side is a single number, from the center line to the left: 01, 03, 05......, the center line to the starboard side is a double number: 02, 04, 06....... Tier number The vertical position of the container on the dedicated ship. The numbering method is divided into two types: deck and warehouse. The numbers on the deck are numbered from top to bottom, and a'D' is added in front of the number. The numbers in the cabin are numbered from top to bottom, and an'H' is added before the number. Slot number (slot number) The stowage position of the container on the ship. It consists of six numbers. The first two numbers are row numbers, the middle two numbers are row numbers, and the last two numbers are layer numbers. For example, box position 0402D1 means that this container is stowed on the first floor of the second row on the starboard side of the fourth row.
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