Complete Guide to the use and features of Bill Of Landing

Complete Guide to the use and features of Bill Of Lading

People who work in the shipping industry are familiar with the definition of Bill of Lading and its abbreviations, which are also known as BL, BOL, or B/L.

The Bill of Lading is just a great reference for newcomers to shipping that specifies the kind, quantity, and direction of the goods being transported, as well as the  transporter's, and recipient's contact information.

To avoid any risk of faulty information or a failure to communicate between the parties to the contract, all parties involved in the shipping activity receive the details of the BOL.

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How does the LCL Freight work ?

In sea freight there are two bulk containers: Low container loading (LCL) and full container loading (FCL). As the name suggests, LCL contains a product that takes less space than a full container, meaning you need to share containers and FCL simply means you have all the containers for you.

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