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lading

The placing of cargo, mail, baggage or stores on board an aircraft to be carried on a flight, except for such cargo, mail, baggage, or stores as have been laden on a previous stage of the same through flight (ICAO).
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* The bill of lading shows that the goods were shipped on deck.
As previously discussed, the Uniform Domestic Bill of Lading is a monumental document in the utilization of both ICC-regulated motor common and contract carriage.
Originally, the railroads had bills of lading that varied considerably among carriers.
Yet, the fact that a clean bill of lading was issued and the goods arrived damaged is sufficient reason to shift the burden to the shipowner who then must prove that the damages occurred due to circumstances beyond his control.
After each order is filled, the completed bill of lading is transmitted quickly back to the host mainframe for invoicing and distribution to the customer.
8, 2012, the date the L/C expired, that included telexes from MSC, instead of the unsigned bills of lading. These telexes stated that MSC had copies of the original bills of lading in its files and that the carrier authorized the release of the shipments to Genita without receiving copies of the original bills of lading.
The supplement is a revised Uniform Straight Bill of Lading that is particularly favorable for the motor carriers and not their customers.
The ship-owners are not responsible as they are not the issuers of the bill of lading which was issued by the charterers and, accordingly, not the carrier under the bill of lading;
HSBC Holdings (LSE: HSBA) and BNP Paribas (BNPP.PA) have piloted essDocs' electronic bill of lading.
Free days should be allowed as per bill of lading mentioned therein.
Behind the scenes, however, bills of lading have started to flood into other countries, including Taiwan.
years as more than once bills of lading have been used for making payments at abroad.