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D&H: Abbreviation for “Dangerous and Hazardous” cargo.
Delivery Instructions: Order to pick up goods at a named place and deliver them to a pier. Usually
issued by exporter to trucker but may apply to a railroad, which completes delivery by land. Use is
limited to a few major U.S. ports. Also known as shipping delivery order.
– The place to which a shipment is consigned.
– The place where carrier actually turns over cargo to consignee or his agent.
Detention: A penalty charge against shippers or consignees for delaying carrier’s equipment
beyond allowed time. Demurrage applies to cargo; detention applies to equipment. See Per Diem.
Devanning : The unloading of a container or cargo van.
– For ships, a cargo handling area parallel to the shoreline where a vessel normally ties up.
– For land transportation, a loading or unloading platform at an industrial location or carrier
Door-to-Door : Through transportation of a container and its contents from consignor to consignee.
Also known as House to House. Not necessarily a through rate.
Dry Cargo : Cargo that is not liquid and normally does not require temperature control.