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Why bill of lading is required?
it is an accurate written document showing the work povided by one source for another. this record provides a customer with written documentation for services that he/she has billed for.
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What is required of the shipper to obtain telex release of bill of lading?

The shipper has to be willing to agree the terms of a telex release. If the shipper will agree to have a telex release issued all they need to do is inform the carrier or frei

What is a Switch bill of lading?

"Switch" bills of lading are a second set of bills of lading issued by the carrier (or by the carrier's agent) in substitution for the set issued at the time of shipment. The

What is bill of lading?

A transport document required to uplift goods etc from a port

How many types of bill of lading?

Negotiable Bill of LadingNon Negotiable Bill of LadingMaster Bill of LadingHouse bill of Lading

Are named Bill of lading and straight bill of lading the same?

A named Bill of landing is a negotiable Bill, capable of transferring title to the goods covered under it by its delivery or endorsement. Its terms provide that the freight is
What are the disadvantages of bill of lading?

What are the disadvantages of bill of lading?

  it is not negotiable at a bank or any other institution and cannot  be exchanged for money, it is just a receipt of cargo   release is not as secure as an original b

What is bill of lading and types of bill of lading?

Bill of lading is issued by the shipping line as a receipt of goods.The shipper should give sufficient datas to the corresponding shipping line as per the purchasing order,inv

What is the difference between the house bill of lading and bill of lading?

Bills of lading are supposedly prepared by the driver, but over the years the responsibility for preparing them has fallen to the shipper--these are "house" bills of lading. I