In The Sea Bill Of Lading, What Do LCL And FCL Stand For?

Let's take a look that in the sea bill of lading, what do LCL and FCL stand for? LCL Shipping LCL, less than container load, referred to as LCL, generally refers to LCL, that is, bulk cargo transportation. Refers to small ticket goods that contain less than one whole box. The consignor's consignment of scattered or small quantities of goods is a way in which the carrier is responsible for packing. These goods are usually collected by the carrier, concentrated at the container terminal or inland station, and then two or more tickets for the goods are assembled in a container, which is also delivered separately at the container terminal or the inland station of the destination. FCL Shipping FCL, full container load, referred to as FCL, refers to a whole container (full load), that is, FCL. FCL is a relative term for LCL cargo, and sometimes also refers to Full Container Load Order, that is, FCL order. The consignor is responsible for the packaging, counting, stowing and sealing of the goods. The unboxing of the entire box is generally handled by the consignee. However, the carrier can also entrust the carrier to unbox at the freight station. However, the carrier is not responsible for damage and differences in the goods in the box. According to the different ways of handing over the goods, the ship owner's order or freight forwarding order usually indicates the specific handover method, such as FCL-FCL / CY-CY, etc. So, what are the main delivery methods for shipping container cargo? FCL / FCL, FCL pickup, FCL delivery (ie CY-CY: on-site) FCL shipping is basically this form, this handover method is the most common and efficient, because it is not involved from beginning to end unboxing and distribution. The consignor packs his own case and hands it to the carrier in the form of a full case (full load); the consignee receives the full case and unpacks and unloads the goods. LCL / LCL, LCL pickup, unboxing delivery (ie CFS-CFS: station to station), sea LCL is basically this form. The consignor delivers the goods to the LCL company in the form of bulk cargo, which is packed by the LCL company; the agent of the port of destination of the LCL company is responsible for unpacking and unloading, and then delivers the goods to the final receipt in the form of bulk people. FCL / LCL, FCL pickup, unboxing delivery (ie CY-CFS: Yard to Station) For example, a consignor has a batch of goods enough for one container. However, when the goods arrive at the destination port, they must be distributed to multiple different consignees. In this case, FCL / LCL can be used for inspection and consignment. The consignor delivers the goods to the carrier in the form of a full box, and the carrier or freight forwarder issues multiple sub-orders or sub-orders according to different consignees; the agent at the destination port unpacks unloads and divides the goods according to different consignees. And then deliver it to the final consignee in the form of bulk cargo. LCL / FCL, LCL reception, FCL delivery (ie CFS-CY: station to site) multiple consignors deliver the goods to the carrier in the form of bulk cargo, and the same consignee will be delivered by the carrier or freight forwarding company. The goods are assembled into a whole box; after arriving at the destination, the carrier delivers the goods to the final consignee in the form of a full box. (CY refers to the place where containers are stacked; CFS refers to the place where LCL cargo is handled, unpacked, separated, and handed over.) (CY refers to the place where containers are stacked; CFS refers to the place where LCL cargo is handled, unpacked, separated, and handed over.)

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