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CIF and C
Cost, Insurance, Freight and Commission.  
CIM
Convention Internationale Concernant le Transport des Marchandises par Chemin de Fer
CIP
Incoterm for "Carriage and Insurance Paid to (... named place of destination)" Incoterms
City Terminal Service
Shuttle service between city and airport.  
Class Rate
Rate applicable to a specifically designated class of goods (air cargo). General Cargo Rate
Classification
Arrangement according to a systematic division of a number of objects into groups, based on some likeness or some common traits.  
Classification Society
Organization, whose main function is to carry out surveys of vessels, its purpose being to set and maintain standards of construction and upkeep for vessels, their engines and their safety equipment. A classification society also inspects and approves the construction of shipping containers. Bureau veritasDet Norske VeritasGermanischer LloydLloyd's Register of Shipping
Clean Bill of Lading
Receipt for goods issued by a shipping line that indicates that the goods were received in "apparent good order and condition", without damage or other irregularities. Foul Bill of LadingLetter of Indemnity
Clean Draft (Bill of Exchange)
Draft with no accompanying documents.  
Clean on Board
When goods are loaded on board and the document issued in respect to these goods is clean. Note: Through the usage of the UCP 500 rules the term has now become superfluous.  
Cleared without Examination
Abbreviation: CWE. Cleared by customs without inspection.  
Clearence Terminal
Terminal where customs facilities for the clearance of goods are available.  
Clip on Unit
Abbreviation: COU. Detachable aggregate for a temperature controlled container (Conair).  
Closed Ventilated Container
Container of a closed type, similar to a general-purpose container, but specially designed for carriage of cargo where ventilation, either natural or mechanical (forced), is necessary.  
CLP
Container Load Plan
CMR
Convention Relative au Contrat de Transport International de Marchandise par Route
Co-Insurance
Where two or more parties share the same risk. A co-insurer is not obliged to follow the decision of another co-insurer, except where they have given authority for the other party to act on their behalf. Each co-insurance is a separate contract with the insured.  
Co-Loading
Combination of cargo from another shipper or carrier, having the same final destination as the cargo base load.  
COD
Cash on Delivery
Cofferdam
Empty space on board of a vessel between two bulkheads or two decks separating oil tanks from each other and/or the engine room or other compartments.  
Collapsible Container
Container which can be easily folded, disassembled and reassembled.  
Collect Freight
Freight which is payable to the carrier when the merchandise arrives at the port of discharge named in the Bill of Lading.  
Collecting Bank
Bank to which a remitting bank sends draft for collection. Advice of Fate
Collection Papers
All documents (Commercial invoices, Bills of Lading, etc.) submitted to a buyer for the purpose of receiving payment for a shipment.  
Collision
Physical impact between two or more vehicles. In collision liability insurance, the term does not include contact of the insured vessel with anything other than a ship or vessel. → Perils of the Sea Perils of the Sea



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