On Amazon, the competition of sellers is becoming more and more intense. They must not only compete with competitors, but also respond to changeable platform policies. Sellers now need to calculate more and more cost items, so they need to know more and more knowledge, including supply chain, logistics and operational knowledge.
Today we will talk about the logistics knowledge of the sea transport container.
1. What do you refer to large cabinets, small cabinets, special cabinets, and double backs?
Large cabinet: Generally refers to 40 feet containers, usually 40GP and 40HQ.
Cabinet: Generally refers to a 20 -foot container, usually 20GP.
Special cabinet: Generally refers to a 45 -foot container, usually 45GP.
Both back: Generally, there are two 20 -foot containers at the same time, usually 20GP*2.
2. What is the length and height of the container? How many cubic goods can be installed?
40 -feet high container: 40 feet long, 9 feet 6 inches tall; about 12.192 meters long, 2.9 meters high, 2.35 meters wide, generally about 68cbm.
40 -feet container: 40 feet long, 8 feet 6 inches tall; about 12.192 meters long, 2.6 meters high, 2.35 meters wide, generally about 58cbm.
20 -foot coontainer: 20 -foot long, 8 feet 6 inches height; about 6.096 meters long, 2.6 meters high, 2.35 meters wide, generally loaded about 28cbm.
45 -feet high container: 45 feet long, 9 feet 6 inches tall; about 13.716 meters long, 2.9 meters high, 2.35 meters wide, generally about 75cbm.
What is the difference between 40 feet high containers and 40 feet?
The high container is 1 foot tall than the general cabinet, and one feet is equal to 30.44cm. Whether it is high or general container, the length and width are the same.
Fourth, what do the illustrations and the whole box refer to?
The illustration refers to a container containing the goods of multiple cargo owners. The illustrations refer to the small batch of goods that are not filled with a whole box and operate according to the illustration of the illustration (LCL-LCL).
The whole box refers to a container containing only one cargo owner's goods. The whole box of goods refers to the larger number of goods that can be filled with one or more whole boxes, and operated according to the entire box (FCL-FCL).
5. What does the box of boxes and heavy boxes mean?
The box is the weight of the box itself. The heavy box refers to the box containing the cargo, which is opposite to the empty box or auspicious box.
6. What does the empty box or auspicious box refer to?
Empty box: unpacking box.
Ji Box: In South China, especially in Guangdong, empty boxes are usually called Ji Boxes. Because in Cantonese, empty and fierce sounds, not auspiciousness, so South China is not called empty box and good box.
7. What are the backbone boxes and the weight box?
Back heavy box: The backbone of the station is unloaded to the manufacturer (generally refers to import).
Boxing box: After the manufacturer is loaded, the heavy box will fall back to the stations (generally pointed out).
8. What does the empty box and the falling box refer to?
Back air box: Remove the empty box at the field to the manufacturer or logistics warehouse loading (usually pointed out).
Falling box: After the manufacturer or logistics warehouse is unloaded, the goods are unloaded to the site (usually referred to import).
Nine, what are the stations?
Usually refers to places where the boxes are stacked and managed near the pier, and the back box of the driver is usually going to the stations.
10. What does the bill of lading mean and what do you contain?
Generally refers to the number of the back box for the goods, which may be the single number of the ship Lord (MBL), or the single number of the freight forwarding order (HBL). Generally, it is necessary to use the ship name/voyage and bill of lading number. Empty or heavy box. The contents of the bill of lading generally include single numbers, ship name voyages, box weight, cargo description, number of pieces, gross weight, volume, number of boxes, issuers and signatures.
11. What does it mean to pack and cut off the box?
Packing: Generally refers to loading the car box with empty boxes.
Boxing: Generally refers to unloading the manufacturer with heavy boxes.
12. What does export goods and imported goods mean?
Export goods: Remove the empty box at the site to the manufacturer or logistics warehouse to load the goods, and then declare the export.
Imported goods: After importing customs clearance, the heavy box on the back station to the manufacturer or the designated place to unload the goods.
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