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Ship Broker
Acts as intermediary between shipowners or carriers on one hand and cargo interests on the other.  
Ship Operator
The shipowner or the (legal) person responsible for the actual management of the vessel and its crew.  
Ship's Manifest
Detailed list, signed by the captain of a ship, that contents the individual shipments constituting the ship's cargo.  
Ship's Protest
Statement of the master of a vessel before authorities, concerning exceptional events which occurred during a voyage.  
Shipment
Goods to be carried. Note: In the United States of America the word shipment is used instead of the word consignment. Consignment
Shipowner
Legal entity officially registered as such in the certificate of registry where the following particulars are contained: name of vessel and port of registry, details contained in surveyors certificate, particulars with respect to the origin stated in the declaration of ownership, the name and description of the registered owner (if more than one owner the proportionate share of each).Legal entity officially registered as such in the certificate of registry where the following particulars are contained: name of vessel and port of registry, details contained in surveyors certificate, particulars with respect to the origin stated in the declaration of ownership, the name and description of the registered owner (if more than one owner the proportionate share of each).Legal entity officially registered as such in the certificate of registry where the following particulars are contained: name of vessel and port of registry, details contained in surveyors certificate, particulars with respect to the origin stated in the declaration of ownership, the name and description of the registered owner (if more than one owner the proportionate share of each).Legal entity officially registered as such in the certificate of registry where the following particulars are contained: name of vessel and port of registry, details contained in surveyors certificate, particulars with respect to the origin stated in the declaration of ownership, the name and description of the registered owner (if more than one owner the proportionate share of each).Legal entity officially registered as such in the certificate of registry where the following particulars are contained: name of vessel and port of registry, details contained in surveyors certificate, particulars with respect to the origin stated in the declaration of ownership, the name and description of the registered owner (if more than one owner the proportionate share of each).Legal entity officially registered as such in the certificate of registry where the following particulars are contained: name of vessel and port of registry, details contained in surveyors certificate, particulars with respect to the origin stated in the declaration of ownership, the name and description of the registered owner (if more than one owner the proportionate share of each).Legal entity officially registered as such in the certificate of registry where the following particulars are contained: name of vessel and port of registry, details contained in surveyors certificate, particulars with respect to the origin stated in the declaration of ownership, the name and description of the registered owner (if more than one owner the proportionate share of each).  
Shipper
Merchant (person) by whom, in whose name or on whose behalf a contract of carriage of goods has been concluded with a carrier or any party by whom, in whose name or on whose behalf the goods are actually delivered to the carrier in relation to the contract of carriage. ConsignorSender
Shipper's Export Declaration
Abbreviation: SED. Export Declaration
Shipper's Letter of Instruction
Shipping Instructions
Shipper's Load and Count
Abbreviation: S.L.C.. Note on Bill of Lading or affreightment, indicating that the contents of a container were loaded and counted by the shipper and not checked or verified by the carrier.  
Shipping Documents
Documents required for the carriage of goods. Synonym: Transport Documents  
Shipping Instructions
Instructions from either the seller/shipper or the buyer/consignee to a freight forwarder, carrier or their agent, or other provider of a service, enabling the movement of goods and associated activities. The following functions can be covered: movement and handling of goods (shipping, forwarding and stowage), customs formalities, distribution of documents, allocation of documents (freight and charges for the connected operations), special instructions (insurance, dangerous goods, goods release, additional documents required). Shipper's Letter of InstructionConsignment Instructions
Shipping Label
Label attached to a shipping unit, containing data for identification purposes.  
Shipping Marks
Identification shown on individual packages in order to help in moving it without delay or confusion to its final destination and to enable the checking of cargo against documents. Marks
Short Form Bill of Lading
Summary type Bill of Lading which does not incorporate all obligations and responsibilities of both parties. Unless a shipper is familiar with the carrier's tariff, they should request a full Bill of Lading.  
Shortage
Negative difference between actual available or delivered quantity and the required quantity.  
Shrink Wrapping
Heat treatment that shrinks an envelope of polyethylene or similar substance around several units, thus forming one unit. It is used, for example, to secure packages on a pallet.  
Shuttle Service
Carriage back and forth over an often short route between two points.  
SIC
Standard Industrial Classification
Sight Draft (Bill of Exchange)
Abbreviation: S/D. Draft payable on presentation to the drawee.  
Simulation
Imitation of the reality in order to study the effect of changing parameters in a model as a means of preparing a decision.  
Single Administrative Document
Abbreviation: SAD. Set of documents, replacing the various (national) forms for customs declaration within European Community, implemented on January 1st, 1988. The introduction of the SAD constitutes an intermediate stage in the abolition of all administrative documentation in intra European Community trade in goods between member states.  
Single Transit Policy
"One Off" insurance for those clients who require transit cover on an infrequent basis.  
SITC
Standard International Trade Classification
SITPRO
National organization for the Simplification of International Trade Procedures in the United Kingdom (e.g. in The Netherlands SITPRO is called "Sitproneth", in France "Simprofrance" and in Japan "Jastpro").  



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