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Cargo Agent I. Member I. Identification Idle Time I. Ignition I. Code I. Inventory Invoice I.

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Cargo Agent I. Member I. Identification Idle Time I. Ignition I. Code I. Inventory Invoice I. See International Association of Classification Societies. See International Air Transport Association. An agent approved by I. Cargo Agency List. This enables the agent, upon authorisation of the I. See International Civil Aviation Organisation.

See International Chamber of Shipping. The amount of ineffective time whereby the available resources are not used e. See International Labour Organisation. See International Medical Guide for Ships. See International Maritime Organisation. The party who makes, or on whose behalf an agent makes, an import declaration.

This party may be the party who has possission of the goods or to whom the goods are consigned. The status of goods or persons between the outwards customs clearance and inwards customs clearance.

Trade terms in coded form as established by the International Chamber of Commerce in , whereafter they have been regularly updated. A demand which is unrelated to demand for other products. Demand for finished goods, parts required for destructive testing and service parts requirements are examples of independent demand. Transport document made out to a named person, to order or to bearer, signed by the carrier and handed to the sender after receipt of the goods.

Containers of this type have type codes 20 and A system of protection against loss under which a number of parties agrees to pay certain sums premiums periodically for a guarantee that they will be compensated under certain conditions for any specified loss or damage.

As opposite to coastal water operations, intercoastal refers to water transport carried out between coasts e. A co-operative formed by 19 European Railways, for the management of international rail container traffic in Europe.

The cooperation between two or more airlines for the carriage over particular routes aircargo. The transport of the same goods by means of different modes of transport.

Synonym: Multimodal Transport. An international organisation of airlines, founded in , with the aim of promoting the commercial air traffic. This should be achieved by cooperation between parties concerned and by performance of certain rules, procedures and tariffs, regarding both cargo and passengers, by those parties.

An organization in which the major classification societies, among others American Bureau of Shipping. Lloyd s Register of Shipping and Germanischer Lloyd, are joined, whose principal aim is the improvement of standards concerning safety at sea. Carriage whereby the place of departure and any place of landing are situated in more than one country aircargo.

A voluntary organisation of national shipowners associations with the objective to promote interests of its members, primarily in the technical and legal fields of shipping operations. An international organisation of governments, dealing with search and rescue in distress, weather information, telecommunications and navigational requirements.

A message framework suitable for all modes of transport or combinations of modes of transport in international forwarding and transport.

The message framework has been designed to cover the information needs for the varies aspects of the forwarding and transport of goods, e.

A United Nations agency, dealing with employment rights and working conditions, covering work at sea and in ports. A code, representing the classification of dangerous goods as defined by the International Maritime Organisation I. A United Nations agency concerned with safety at sea. Its work includes codes and rules relating to tonnage measurement of vesseld, load lines, pollution and the carriage of dangerous goods.

An organisation with the aim to improve the position of the port of Rotterdam by the development, realisation and exploitation of a communication- and information network for computers. A worldwide federation of national standards institutes I. The work of preparing International Standards is normally carried out ghrough ISO technical committees. ISO Series 1 freight containers - Specification and testing - Part 1: General cargo containers for general purposes.

ISO Series 1 freight containers - Specification and testing - Part 3: Tank containers for liquids, gases and pressurized dry bulk. ISO Series 1 freight containers - Specification and testing - Part 4: Non-pressurized containers for dry bulk.

ISO Series 1 freight containers - Specification and testing - Part 5: Platform and platform based containers. ISO c Series 1 freight containers - Specification and testing - Part 6c : Platform based containers, open-sided, with complete superstructure.

ISO Hooks for lifting freight containers of up to 30 tonnes capacity - Basic requirements. ISO Freight containers - Information realted to containers on board vessels - Part 2: Telex data transmission. See International Transport and Information System. Inventories may consist of finished goods ready for sale, they may be parts or intermediate items, they may be work in progress or they may be raw materials.

Synonym: Stock. See International Standards Organisation. Freight container complying with all relevant ISO container standards in existence at the time of its manufacture. The route of a means of transport, indicated by the names of the ports of call or other locations, often including estimated arrival and departure dates.

Cargo Agent An agent approved by I. Member An airline which is a member of I. See Inland Clearance Depot. Identification The unique data, e. Idle Time The amount of ineffective time whereby the available resources are not used e. Ignition Setting on fire or catching fire. Importer The party who makes, or on whose behalf an agent makes, an import declaration. In Transit The status of goods or persons between the outwards customs clearance and inwards customs clearance. Incoterms Trade terms in coded form as established by the International Chamber of Commerce in , whereafter they have been regularly updated.

Independent Demand A demand which is unrelated to demand for other products. Indirect Route Any route other than the direct route aircargo. Inflammable Capable to be set on fire under given circumstances. Inland Clearance Depot Abbreviation: I. Inland location where cargo, particulary containerised, may be cleared by customs. Inland Waterways Bill of Lading Transport document made out to a named person, to order or to bearer, signed by the carrier and handed to the sender after receipt of the goods.

Insulated Tank Container Container frame holding one or more thermal insulated tanks for liquids. Insurance A system of protection against loss under which a number of parties agrees to pay certain sums premiums periodically for a guarantee that they will be compensated under certain conditions for any specified loss or damage. Insurance Certificate Proof of an insurance contract.

Interchange Reciprocal exchange of e. Intercoastal As opposite to coastal water operations, intercoastal refers to water transport carried out between coasts e. Intercontainer A co-operative formed by 19 European Railways, for the management of international rail container traffic in Europe. Interim Receipt A receipt given by a carrier pending execution of an Air Waybill aircargo.

Interline Agreement The cooperation between two or more airlines for the carriage over particular routes aircargo. Interline Cariage The carriage over the routes of two or more parties of an interline agreement aircargo. Interline Carrier A carrier with whom another carrier has an interline agreement. Intermodal Transport The transport of the same goods by means of different modes of transport.

International Carriage Carriage whereby the place of departure and any place of landing are situated in more than one country aircargo. International Chamber of Shipping Abbreviation: I.

International Labour Organisation Abbreviation: I. International Maritime Organisation Abbreviation: I. International Standards Organisation Abbreviation: I. ISO Series 1 freight containers, Classification, dimensions and ratings. ISO Series 1 freight containers - Interface connections for tank containers. ISO Freight thermal containers - Remote condition monitoring. ISO Freight containers - Automatic identification. Inventory 1 A detailed list of goods located in a certain space or belonging to a specific object 2 Goods available for satisfying certain demands.

Freight Container Freight container complying with all relevant ISO container standards in existence at the time of its manufacture. Issuing Carrier The carrier whose Air Waybill is issued aircargo. Item Separate article or unit.

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Section It should be noted that freight containers approved in accordance with the International Maritime Organization International Convention for Safe Containers are not necessarily equivalent to the testing prescribed by ISO It should be noted that the test conditions of accelerations occurring during routine conditions of transport are in addition to the testing prescribed by ISO because the ISO Standard does not include dynamic tests. What marking and labeling requirements apply to a freight container used as an IP-2 or IP-3 package? What marking and labeling requirements apply to internal containers? Inner containers are authorized provided they are specified in the IP-2 or IP-3 test and evaluation report.

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ISO 1496-1:2013

ISO - Series 1 freight containers — Classification, dimensions and ratings is an ISO international standard which classifies intermodal freight shipping containers and standardises their size and weight specifications. It also specifies the associated gross weight ratings, and requirements for load transfer areas in the base structures of containers, since amendment 1 of The current version of the standard is the sixth edition , which integrates version E from with its two amendments of From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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