International name and term explanation
(Bunker adjustment factor) - compensation for changing fuel costs.
(Bill of Lading) - Transport document, showing the sea transport from the point of departure to the place of destination.
(Currency adjustment factor) - Compensation for price fluctuations in different currencies.
(Container freight station) - Warehouses at which collection containers are loaded or unloaded.
(Container Yard) - Location where loaded containers will be delivered for shipment or forwarding.
Designates an FCL load that was taken over in a container yard and delivered to a container yard in combined traffic (indicated on B / L).
Designates an FCL load that is unloaded at the receiving location into a warehouse or a complete container that consists of several partial loads.
Designates an LCL load / partial lots were combined for a complete load.
(Container service charge) - handling costs for containers in Europe.
(Congestion surcharge) - surcharge for waiting times in ports.
Container rental, if the container is not taken over within a fixed time at the port.
Non-bankable document for fast release of a container, mostly used in US traffic (no owner document, endorsement not necessary).
(Estimated time of arrival) - Planned ship arrival.
(Estimated time of departure) - planned ship departure.
(Fiata Bill of Lading) - usually bankable document (sea concession).
(Full container load) - Full container service.