The fine print on the back of the B/L; defines what the carrier can and cannot do, including the carrier’s liabilities and contractual agreements. Please visit Terms and Conditions for examples.
Common abbreviations: BL, BoL (note OBL refers to a specific type of release, the original bill of lading) Sometimes mistakenly referred to as: “bill of landing,” or “bill of laden.” This is the contract between you and the carrier that … Read More
This most often refers to the ocean carrier’s booking number. Like our reference number, the booking number can have multiple containers or only a single one (or just a pallet). It is per-instance.