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List of packages for each shipment, showing individual breakdown in weights/measure and quantity.
Wooden structure used to support cargo and ease movement by forklifts.
A chart that indicates the temperature reading in a reefer container.
Partnerships and Alliances
Shippers and providers who enter into agreements designed to benefit both parties.
On a daily basis.
All logistics activities from the production line to the final user, including traffic, packaging, materials handling, warehousing, order entry, customer service, inventory control etc.
A structure built away from land and extending some distance over water, often used for docking boats.
Also known as a wharf.
The transportation of highway trailers or demountable trailer bodies on specially equipped rail flat cars.
Cargo stolen from the container, warehouse or terminal.
Depth to which a vessel may safely load. Identified by a circle on the vessel's side with a vertical line through and a number of small horizontal lines showing the max depth for summer and winter.
The moving of empty equipment from surplus areas to deficit areas.
The POSTNET barcode is used on envelopes and postcards that are sent through the U.S. Postal Service. This barcode is placed in the lower right-hand corner of the envelope.
Pre-Trip Inspection Service
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Common grouping of orders for goods/services. Several SKU categories may be listed on one purchase order. Most customers group their orders in a particular way to facilitate distribution at the other end. For example, one purchase order for an apparel importer might encompass 2 dozen green sweaters and 2 dozen red sweaters. If those P.O.s originated from the same store, it is simple for the store to put all items under that P.O. onto the right truck.
Please Import Haulage Export (IHE)