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Commodity Item Number
Specific description number required in air transport to indicate that a specific freight rate applies.  
Common Carrier
Transporter that provides its services to the general public for the transportation of goods over a definite route and according to a regular schedule.  
Compromised Total Loss
Arranged settlement on a hull policy where there is no claim for actual or constructive total loss, but where it is impractical to repair the vessel.  
Conair Container
Thermal container served by an external cooling system (e.g. a vessel's cooling system or a Clip on Unit), which regulates the temperature of the cargo. Note: Conair is a brand name. Clip on Unit
Conditions of Carriage
General terms and conditions established by a carrier in respect of the carriage.  
Conditions of Contract
Terms and conditions of a transportation contract.  
Cones
Devices for facilitating the loading, positioning and lashing of containers. The cones insert into the bottom castings of the container. Locating Pin
Conference
Liner Conference
Confirmed Letter of Credit
Letter of Credit, issued by a foreign bank, with validity confirmed by a bank of origin. A seller that requires a confirmed Letter of Credit from the buyer is assured of payment by the origin bank even if the foreign buyer or the foreign bank defaults.  
Connecting Carrier
Carrier to whose services the cargo is to be transferred for onward connecting transport.  
Connecting Road Haulage
Drayage
Consignee
Party, mentioned in the transport document, by whom the goods, cargo or containers are to be received.  
Consignment
Separate identifiable number of goods to be transported from one shipper to one consignee. Shipment
Consignment Instructions
Shipping Instructions
Consignment Note
Document prepared by the shipper and comprising a transport contract. It contains details of the consignment to be carried to the port of loading and it is signed by the inland carrier as proof of receipt.  
Consignment Stock
Stock of goods with an external party (customer) which is still the property of the supplier. Payment for these goods is made to the supplier at the moment when they are sold.  
Consignor
Shipper
Consolidated Container
Container filled with several shipments from different shippers for delivery to one or more consignees.  
Consolidation
Grouping together of smaller consignments of goods into a large consignment for carriage as a larger unit in order to obtain a reduced rate. Consolidation PointCargo Assembly
Consolidation Point
Location where consolidation of consignments takes place.  
Consolidator
Firm or company which consolidates cargo.  
Constructive Total Loss
Position which exists when the cost of repairing or recovering lost or damaged property plus the value of the salvage would exceed the property's value when repaired or recovered. AbandonmentCompromised Total LossNotice of Abandonment
Consular Declaration
Formal statement, made by the consulate of a foreign country.  
Consular Documents
Bills of Lading, certificates of origin or special invoice forms that are officially legalized by the consul of the country of destination.  
Consular Invoice
Document, required by some foreign countries, describing a shipment of goods and showing information such as the shipper, consignee, and value of the shipment. Certified by a consular official of the foreign country, it is used by the country's customs officials to verify the value, quantity, and nature of the shipment.  



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