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CASS Airline
Airline, fully participating in the CASS.  
CCTV
Closed Circuit Television.  
Cell
Location on board of a container vessel where one container can be stowed.  
Cell Position
Location of a cell on board of a container vessel identified by a code for, respectively, the bay, the row and the tier, indicating the exact position of a container on that vessel. Bay
Cell-Guide
Steel bars and rails used to steer containers during loading and discharging whilst sliding in the ship. Fully Cellular Containership
Cellular Vessel
Vessel, specially designed and equipped for the carriage of containers.  
CENSA
Council of European and Japanese National Shipowners' Associations
Center of Gravity
Point at which the entire weight of a body may be considered as concentrated so that if supported at this point the body would remain in equilibrium in any position. Meta-Centric Height
Certificate
Document by which a fact is formally or officially attested and in which special requirements and conditions can be stated.  
Certificate of Analysis
Document, often required by an importer or government authorities, attesting to the quality or purity of commodities.  
Certificate of Classification
Certificate, issued by the classification society, stating the class under which a vessel or an aircraft is registered.  
Certificate of Free Sale
Certificate, required by some countries as evidence that the goods are normally sold on the open market and approved by the regulatory authorities in the country of origin.  
Certificate of Free Sale
Certificate, required by some countries as evidence that the goods are normally sold on the open market and approved by the regulatory authorities in the country of origin.  
Certificate of Inspection
Document confirming that cargo has been inspected by a competent authority (SGS, Bureau Veritas or any national authority) before dispatch.  
Certificate of Insurance
Document presented by the insurance company or insured as evidence that insurance is in effect. The insured may assign their rights under this negotiable document to a third party, usually the consignee, by endorsing the reverse of the certificate.  
Certificate of Manufacture
Statement (often notarized) in which a producer of goods certifies that manufacture has been completed and that the goods are now at the disposal of the buyer.  
Certificate of Origin
Statement signed by the exporter, or its agent, and attested to by a local Chamber of Commerce, indicating that the goods being shipped, or a major percentage of them, originated and were produced in the exporter's country.  
CFR
Incoterm for "Cost and Freight (... named port of destination)" Synonym: C&F. Incoterms
CFS
Container Freight Station
Charge Type
Separate, identifiable element of charges to be used in the pricing/rating of common services rendered to customers.  
Charter Contract
Charter Party
Charter Party
Written contract, usually on a special form, between the owner of a vessel and a "charterer" who rents use of the vessel or a part of its freight space. The contract generally includes the freight rates and the ports involved in the transportation. Synonym for Airfreight: Charter Contract; Bareboat CharterDemise CharterLump-Sum CharterSlot CharterSpace CharterTime Charter
Charterer
Person who has signed a charter party with the owner of a vessel or an aircraft and thus hires or leases the same vessel or aircraft or a part of the capacity thereof on a legal basis.  
CIA
Cash in Advance
CIF
Incoterm for "Cost, Insurance and Freight (... named port of destination)"  



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