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Understanding the Incoterms used in international trade

In today’s global economy, international trade has become more prevalent than ever before. With the rise of cross-border commerce, it’s important to understand the various rules and guidelines that govern these transactions. That’s where Incoterms come in. Developed by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), Incoterms provide a universal set of rules and guidelines that help facilitate trade by providing a common language for buyers and sellers to set the terms of their trades.

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Insurance for Containerized Shipments

In this article, we’ll delve into the world of containerized shipments and explain why insurance is so important. We’ll also discuss the different types of insurance available, factors to consider when choosing insurance, and best practices for insuring your shipments

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Dual Transaction in the Container Terminal

In the context of container terminals, a dual transaction is a process in which the handling of a container is recorded twice – once when it is loaded onto a ship and again when it is unloaded at its destination. This allows for a more accurate and transparent record of the movement of containers within the terminal and across the supply chain.

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The Benefits of Containerization in Shipping

Containerization is a method of transporting goods using standardized containers, which can be easily moved between different modes of transportation, such as ships, trains, and trucks. This has revolutionized the shipping industry by reducing costs, increasing efficiency, and facilitating global trade

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Dry Shipping

Dry shipping means that there is no need to use refrigerated containers, and the goods are dry. This is the most common meaning for the term “Dry” in shipping. However, you may hear this word in different contexts in the shipping industry, and you should consider the different meanings each time.

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“Live Location” on Shipup

Cargo management is the process of organizing and controlling the storage and transportation of goods. Proper cargo management is essential for businesses that want to optimize their shipping operations and reduce costs.

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“Search” on Shipup

Shipup Dashboard provides you with different tools to let you have a full picture of your ongoing shipments. One of the most popular tools on Shipup is “Search” and you can use it to find your shipment easily and bring visibility to your workflow more than ever

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What are RoRo Shipments?

RoRo tracking is the process of keeping track of vehicles as they are loaded onto and unloaded from ships. This is done in order to ensure that the correct number of vehicles are loaded and unloaded, and that they are all accounted for. RoRo tracking is a vital part of logistics and supply chain management, and helps to keep track of inventory levels and movements.


Consignee in shipping

A consignee is a person or company who is the recipient of goods that are being shipped. The consignee is responsible for receiving the goods and ensuring that they are unloaded from the vessel or aircraft