TYPES OF BILL OF LADING
Bill of Lading (English), Connaissement (fr.), Konossement (German.) — the document issued by a sea carrier on the basis of the data provided by the shipper in transit of goods by sea. The consignment, being the main tovarorasporyaditelny document, it is considered one of the main information documents shown by the cargo owner in the course of customs registration of goods in transit sea transport.
Types of consignments Consignments differ on a way of transfer of the property right to goods on the following types of these documents:
The onboard consignment – On Board Bill of Lading (Board B/L) – certifying that the freights accepted for shipment are really shipped on the vessel.
The share consignment – Delivery order – the tovarorasporyaditelny document issued by a carrier or the consignee with confirmation by the captain of the vessel. It is used in case of partial sale by the consignee of goods before it accepted delivery.
The share consignment – the order about transfer of a certain part of the transported freight in the port of destination to other person.
The insured consignment – Insured Bill of Lading – represents a combination of the transport document to the insurance policy and serves as the proof as reception of freight to transportation, and its insurance, is applied in transit freights in containers.
The straight bill of lading – Straight Bill of Lading (Straight B/L) – made addressed to a certain consignee. According to the straight bill of lading freight is transferred in the port of destination to that recipient who is specified in the consignment.
The consignment on the freight accepted for loading – Received for shipment Bill of Lading (Received for shipment B/L) – the consignment on the freight accepted for loading in port waiting for yet not arrived vessel.
The linear consignment – Liner bill of Lading (Liner B/L) – the consignment issued by shipping company or from her name and covering transportation in the courts plying along regular routes according to the established and published schedule.
The consignment with reservations (the "dirty" consignment ", dirty" the consignment) – Claused bill of Lading (Claused B/L; Unclean bill of lading) – the consignment in which marks about damage of freight and/or packing are made.
The local consignment – Local bill of Lading – with reference to the through consignment according to which freight is accepted for shipment. Local consignments have office value for the reporting of the line, port and aren't tovarorasporyaditelny documents.
The order consignment or the reverse consignment – Order bill of lading; Negotiable bill of landing (Negotiable B/L) – on which freight is transferred to either "order" of the consignor, or "order" of the consignee, or "order" of bank, or on a transfer inscription of what "order" it is made.
The direct consignment – Direct bill of lading – the consignment covering shipment between the direct ports of loading and unloadings on the same vessel.
The combined consignment or the group consignment – Combined (Collapsible) bill of lading – on some freights, intended for various consignees.
Date: 2016-01-03; view: 607