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Chartering and shipping terms

J. Bes

Chartering and shipping terms

practical guide for steamship companies, masters, ship"s officers, shipbrokers, forwarding agents, exporters, importers, insurance brokers, and banks.

by J. Bes

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Published by C. de Boer, Jr. in Amsterdam .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Maritime law -- Dictionaries,
  • Shipping -- Dictionaries,
  • Insurance, Marine -- Dictionaries

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHE567 .B4 1956
    The Physical Object
    Pagination411 p.
    Number of Pages411
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6218693M
    LC Control Number57002501

    Genre/Form: Dictionaries: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bes, J. Chartering and shipping terms. London: Barker & Howard, []-(OCoLC) Starting a Shipbroking Company The only book written on this topic in years, answers the most common questions for any shipping entrepreneur. + Shipbrokerage Business Plan Follow a start-up dry cargo shipbroker business plan. Click Here + The Shipbroker List A database of over 2, shipbroking and chartering firms from around the globe.

    A blog for Shipping, linershipping, chartering, maritime history, classification of shipping, bulk shipping, containerization, liquid bulk shipping, shipping terms, shipping statistics, updates of global shipping, ICD, inland container depot, CFS, container freight station, charter party agreement, liner agency agreement, cost items of liner shipping and chartering, multimodal transport. - Chartering policy of shipping companies in the Shipping Consultant in Chartering & Marketing e-Books is a generic term that refers to a device for reading content—including books—in Author: Evi Plomaritou.

    Back to Back Charter - Contract between a charterer and a subcharterer whose terms and conditions are identical to the contract, known as the head charter, between the charterer and the shipowner. The purpose of agreeing identical terms is to ensure that any money for which the charterer may be liable to in the sub-charter, for example despatch money, is recoverable from the shipowner. Analytical glossary containing typical terms and abbreviations used in chartering negotiations. This book is an essential guide for practitioners in private practice and in-house for shipowners.


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Chartering and Shipping Terms on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Chartering and Shipping TermsManufacturer: Barker & Howard Ltd.

This is latest edition which covering chartering, laytime calculation, bills of lading problems, shipping operations, tonnage & classification of ships, marine insurance and general average and so on. It is really informative and comprehensive, a good introduction to the guys are outsider of shipping industry and ship by: 3.

First published in A standard reference guide to shipping and chartering. Contents [1], Index [12], pp, tables, folding plate [longtitudinal plan of a merchant ship]. Book is bright, clean and unmarked. Binding is tight and square and there is no wear to the bump to top tip of front board.

Chartering and Shipping Terms: Practical Guide for Steamship Companies, Masters, Ship's Officers, Shipbrokers, Forwarding Agents, Exporters, Importers, Insurance Brokers and Banks J.

Bes Barker & 5/5(1). Searchable database containing common marine acronyms, abbreviations, and dictionary about all subjects, with a focus on technical, chartering, boating, seawords telecommunications. | A-Z Shipping dictionary and Abbreviation Finder - Chartering Terms. Contains terms and conditions of the contract Bill of Lading (B/L) A document that establishes the terms of a contract between a shipper and a transportation company.

It serves as a document of title, a contract of carriage and a receipt for goods. ADDENDUM Additional chartering terms at the end of a charter party AFSPS Arrival First Sea Pilot Station (Norway) AFFREIGHTMENT The hiring of a ship in whole or part AFT At or towards the stern or rear of a ship AGROUND Touching or fast to the bottom File Size: KB.

This website provides you the information / explanations of various chartering terms used in Shipping Industry which helps you to do the business in smooth way. No more complications on terms and no more problems in understanding different abbreviations. below is the common used terms in Shipping.

Chartering a Vessel. Full Liner Terms - Shipowner pays to load and discharge the cargo. Federal Maritime Commission - US government agency Person employed by a ship owner, shipping company, charterer of a ship or shipper of goods to supervise cargo handling operations.

FIXING - Chartering a Vessel FLT - Full Liner Terms - Shipowner pays to load and discharge the cargo FMC - Federal Maritime Commission - US government agency FMS - Fathoms - 6 feet FO (IFO) - Fuel Oil/Intermediate FO FOB - Free on Board.

Seller sees the goods „over the ship‘s rail“ on to the ship which is arranged and paid for by the buyer. Book Description. The Commercial Shipping Handbook is an invaluable reference tool for anyone involved in international trade and a first step towards understanding the framework within which the international movement of goods by sea is conducted.

The handbook gives concise explanations of the many activities that comprise shipping, explaining the terms and how they interrelate. What Agents need to know about Chartering (e-book) towards the shipping industry. It has covered every topic and all I needed Terms and Conditions which have been set out below: : Evi Plomaritou.

Maritimeknowhow is an extensive database of maritime subjects with numerous instructions, hints, tips, Q&A, etc. based on practice and experience, with the following objectives in mind: 1. Safety and Security at sea 2. To serve as an electronic guide ashore or at sea.

All people interested in the maritime industry have free access to the site. All the topics are free and can be accessed free. The terms in this glossary have been carefully selected from the myriad of terms one can encounter in the shipping business.

We hope you will find it useful. Disclaimer This information is disseminated under the sponsorship of the U. Department of Transportation in the interest of information exchange. The U.S. Government assumes no. Foreword by: Alan Marsh, FICS Former CEO - Braemar Seascope and former President, Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers ISBN: Pages: Introduction to Shipping provides an overview of the shipping industry.

It defines and describes all aspects of shipping, the personnel who work in it, the history behind it and introduces key aspects of finance and accounting in shipping in a. Chartering - to hire a ship to carry goods/cargo.

Chartering agent - shipbroker acting on behalf of charterer in negotiations leading to the chartering of a ship. CIF - Cost, Insurance, Freight. Designates that the cargo is carried free of charge for the buyer; seller pays all transportation Size: 91KB.

Page 1 of 6 Most commonly used Chartering Abbreviations, Terms & Definition AA = Always Afloat AAAA = Always Accessible Always Afloat AARA = Amsterdam-Antwerp Rotterdam Area ABT = About ADCOM = Address Commission AFSPS = Arrival First Sea Pilot Station (Norway) AFFREIGHTMENT = The hiring of a ship in whole or part AFT = At or towards the stern or rear of a shipFile Size: KB.

Book Description Now in its eighth edition, this classic text is a first point of reference for anyone looking to obtain an understanding of chartering and shipbroking practice. It provides hands-on, commercially-focused explanations of chartering business and invaluable advice on how the shipping market operates across a broad range of topics.

CONTRACT OF In chartering this terms refers to a shipowner AFFREIGTMENT (or charterer) who enters into a contract to carry a large quantity of cargo between named port or regions on mutually agreed terms and conditions over a period of time.

Description. This book is the evolution of the “Chartering Practice Handbook” () and the “Chartering Practice Manual” (), by Thomas present profound edition is the result of combined forces and close cooperation based on the prolonged friendship of the authors Captain Nick Pentheroudakis and Thomas Pagonis.

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Create Book: All Authors / Contributors: J Bes. Find more information about: ISBN: MARINE INSURANCE AND CHARTERING The first part of my dissertation looks at the “chartering” of a ship.

In simplest terms, it is a rental agreement in which a charterer agrees to hire a ship from its owner. Typically it is the charterer who will be the owner of the cargo, which he needs to .