Maersk Vessel Tracking by Shipup Tracking 0

Maersk Vessel Tracking by Shipup Tracking

Maersk line is the biggest shipping company in the world and owns more than 600 vessels. Every day they carry millions of Tons of cargo all over the world. As a simple example a container ship may carry more than 10,000 TEU containers. More than 1,000 companies are waiting for just a vessel to arrive in different locations. Here is why people are seeking about Maersk vessel tracking. People want to know where is their shipment and when will it arrive. Maersk line is a container shipping company in other words the type of it’s vessels are container ship. So...

How to use Maersk container for tracking on Shipup? 0

How to use Maersk container for tracking on Shipup?

In order to track a shipment you can use container number for example Maersk container numbers: MSKU0126817. Container numbers are unique all over the world. If you do not access to Master Bill of lading (MBL) of your shipment it is highly recommended to use container number to track. When you are using container numbers you must know the shipping line to visit its tracking page unless you use Shipup Container Tracking. To track your maersk container, you can use Maersk Contaienr Tracking page on Shipup.What if are not sure about the shipping line? Does this container belong to Maersk...

Maersk Tracking by Shipup Online Tracking 0

Maersk Tracking by Shipup Online Tracking

In order to track your shipment status, you only need a device connected to internet. Online tracking for sea shipments is available as free service on Shipup Tracking. Maersk tracking as the biggest shipping line tracking is included in Shipup tracking. Maersk line also provide this service as well but you will receive more features using shipup maersk tracking. Maersk Tracking by Vessel One of the main features of shipup container tracking is integration of vessel location and container situation online. In addition to your shipment details and container movements you can check the vessel current location on the world...

5 Essential Notes about: DDP Incoterms (Delivered Duty Paid) 0

5 Essential Notes about: DDP Incoterms (Delivered Duty Paid)

DDP Incoterms means that the seller delivers the goods cleared for import ready for unloading on the means of transport at the named place of destination. Under this term the seller bears all the risk and cost up to the named place of destination. The seller arrange all the task and the entire shipment to deliver the goods to the buyer. 1. Is the DDP Incoterms useful in all over the world? – In some countries only the importer companies can clear the goods for import. In such countries freight forwarders can not do custom clearance. The seller to this...

5 Essential Notes About: DAP Incoterms (Delivered At Place) 0

5 Essential Notes About: DAP Incoterms (Delivered At Place)

DAP Incoterms means that the seller delivers the goods at the buyer disposal ready for unloading at the named place of destination. The seller is responsible and liable for any cost and risk up to the named place of delivery. The buyer must take the responsibility from that point onward. 1. Who is responsible for unloading the goods from arriving vehicle at the named place of destination? – Under DAP Incoterms the buyer is responsible and pays for unloading the goods at the named place of destination. Under DAT Incoterms the seller is responsible and liable for unloading the goods...

5 Essential Notes about: DAT Incoterms (Delivered At Terminal) 0

5 Essential Notes about: DAT Incoterms (Delivered At Terminal)

DAT Incoterms means that the seller delivers the goods, once unloaded from the arriving means of transport, placed at the disposal of the buyer at a named terminal at the named port or place of destination. “Terminal” includes any place, whether covered or not, such as a quay, warehouse, container yard or road, rail or air cargo terminal. 1. Which party must arrange the carriage under DAT Incoterms? – The seller must contract for the carriage up to the named terminal or agreed place of destination. The seller bears all risks involved in bringing the goods to and unloading them...

5 Essential Notes about: CIF Incoterms (Cost, Insurance & Freight) 0

5 Essential Notes about: CIF Incoterms (Cost, Insurance & Freight)

CIF Incoterms means that the seller delivers the goods on board of the vessel. In addition to cost and freight to destination port, the seller must contract for the insurance. However, the risk of loss or damage during the carriage is for the buyer account. It is highly recommended to read the post about CFR Incoterms on Shipup Blog in addition to current post. 1. Who is responsible for Contacting the carriage and Insurance in CIF Incoterms? – The seller must contract for the carriage to the named place at destination. He also is obliged to contract for the insurance...

5 Essential Notes about: CFR Incoterms (Cost and Freight) 0

5 Essential Notes about: CFR Incoterms (Cost and Freight)

CFR Incoterms (Cost and Freight) means that the seller is obliged to deliver the goods onboard of the vessel. The seller must contract for the carriage and pay for it to the nominated destination. Although he pays the freight cost, the buyer bears the risk of shipment from once the shipment is loaded on board. 1. Which party choose the carrier in CFR Incoterms? – Although the seller contracts for the carriage, it is highly recommended that the buyer instruct him for choosing the carrier. It is mainly because that the buyer has to bear all the risks of any...

5 Essential Notes about: FAS Incoterms (Free Alongside Ship) 0

5 Essential Notes about: FAS Incoterms (Free Alongside Ship)

FAS Incoterms (Free Alongside Ship) means that the seller must place the goods alongside the ship nominated by the buyer. The seller is obliged to arrange all the steps in export country up to alongside the ship. The buyer have to arrange the rest. This terms is to be used only for sea or inland waterway shipments.   1. Which shipments FAS incoterms is suited for? – FAS Incoterms is designed for bulk and break bulk shipments. It is highly recommended not to use this term in containerized shipments. 2. Which party is responsible for loading the goods onboard? –...

5 Essential Notes about: CIP Incoterms 0

5 Essential Notes about: CIP Incoterms

Carriage and Insurance Paid To (CIP Incoterms) means that the seller delivers the goods to the carrier at an agreed place (if any such place is agreed between the parties). The seller must contract and pay the costs of carriage to bring the goods to the named place of destination. The seller contracts for insurance cover against the buyer’s risk of loss or damage to the goods during the carriage. It is highly recommended to read the post about CPT Incoterms on Shipup Blog in addition to current post. 1. Who is responsible for Contacting the carriage and Insurance in...