Combined transportation 2021-06-20 14:59:03 (1) Land-air combined transportation: Land-air combined transportation includes the combined transportation of trains and airplanes (Train-Ah, referred to as TA) and the combined transportation of trucks and airplanes (Truck-air, referred to as TA), the truck here refers to long-distance bus transportation. (2) Land, air and land combined transport. Land-air-land combined transportation refers to the combined transportation of trains, planes and trucks (Train-Air-Truck, TAT for short) (3) Sea-air combined transportation. For example, the airport has an airport terminal near the coast, and opens sea routes to organize sea and air transportation to collect and disperse goods transported by air. Organize the combined transport of import and export goods, mostly by land and air transport (TA). Organizing combined transportation can make full use of the advantages of fast air transportation. The fast delivery of goods, cost savings, and simple procedures are conducive to speeding up capital turnover, because after the goods are loaded on the first transportation, the foreign exchange settlement procedures can be handled. 4. Delivery business In international trade, in order to promote products and expand trade, exporters usually present samples, product catalogs, promotional materials, publications, etc. to the sales partners. After these items arrive in the country where the sales target is located, the local air freight forwarder is entrusted to handle import declaration, pickup, transshipment, etc., and finally delivered to the designated recipient, that is, the desired sales target, in order to arouse their desire to buy. All expenses such as renewal fees, taxes, freight, labor fees, etc., are centralized to the commission: 5, the freight to freight collect service is the station that the shipper and the carrier have reached in advance, and the goods are collected at the same time as the consignee. Air waybill and other expenses. When the carrier handles freight collect goods, it should consult the relevant regulations, and only after confirming the destination country of the goods and the associated carrier to allow this business, the goods can be accepted for transportation. The carrier shall not accept and transport goods that cannot be paid on collection according to regulations. When handling freight collect goods consignment, the shipper shall provide a guarantee to the carrier. Once the consignee refuses the freight, the shipper shall bear it. For goods that have arrived freight, the freight, declared value surcharges, other expenses (such as ground transportation fees, freight bill fees, etc.), as well as other expenses incurred during transportation and at the destination, shall be paid.