Transco Cargo Waybill and Bill of Lading Guide

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A Bill of Lading (B/L) and a Waybill are considered extremely important shipping documents with concern to international trade. The key difference between the two is the fact that Waybill does not convey the Title. The cargo can only be released to the person named as consignee on the waybill and no original documents are… Read more »

The Impact of Coronavirus on Global Shipping

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As the Coronavirus COVID-19 spreads further into different regions of the world, we look at how it impacts global shipping. With the virus stemming from China, and thereafter spreading to the various corners of the world from person-to-person contact due to travel, there have been many deaths with numbers rising. CovID-19 first broke out in… Read more »

Sending Sea Cargo of Hazardous Goods

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Previously we highlighted the “Classification and Shipping of Hazardous Goods” to stress that not only are hazardous good classified in nine tiers, but also they should be duly labelled for transit accordingly. The AITA has set regulations that make shipment of hazardous goods over air travel tricky if your cargo is on the list of… Read more »