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Dangerous Goods Declaration

Shippers of dangerous goods are required to declare them to carriers per the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and any applicable additional local regulations.

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Delivery instructions

Specific delivery instructions for the freight forwarder or carrier stating exactly where the goods are to be delivered, the deadline, and the name, address, phone and mail of the person to contact if delivery problems are encountered. See delivery order.

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Delivery note

The delivery note is a document that certifies the delivery of goods to the buyer, who must sign it to make it clear that the goods have been delivered in accordance with the conditions established. The use of this document…

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Delivery order (D/O)

A document from the consignee, shipper, or owner of freight, ordering a terminal operator, carrier or warehouseman to deliver freight to another party. Delivery order should be clearly distinguished from bill of lading: the delivery order is not a negotiable…

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Dock receipt

A receipt issued by a warehouse supervisor or port officer certifying that goods have been received by the shipping company. The dock receipt is used to transfer accountability when an export item is moved by the domestic carrier to the…

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