Containerized cargo definition

Containerized cargo means general goods, commodities or wares that are shipped in non-disposable, reusable, commercial sized shipping containers that are customarily used on sea- and ocean-going vessels for the convenient shipment of such goods, commodities or wares.
Containerized cargo means cargo in containers between vessels and inland carriers or vice versa, vessel to vessel, to or from a warehouse or between inland carriers in a container.
Containerized cargo means any machinery, equipment, materials, products, or commodities including but not limited to containers which are rigid, sealed, reusable metal boxes in which merchandise is shipped by vessel, truck, or rail.

Examples of Containerized cargo in a sentence

  • For Containerized cargo – Maximum consignment size shall not be more than 1000 MT at a time in 20’ containers only.

  • For Containerized cargo – Maximum consignment size shall not be more than 500 MT at a time in 20’ containers only.

  • Specialized Note for Containerized Cargo: Containerized cargo may be subject to free time rules and demurrage charges as carried in ocean carrier’s tariff.

  • For Containerized cargo – Maximum consignment size shall not be more than 250 MT at a time in 20’/40’ containers only.

  • Containerized cargo on which measurement is constructed is subject to a maximum charge based on the length of the container.


More Definitions of Containerized cargo

Containerized cargo means cargo shipped in a container that is enclosed, permanent, reusable, nondisposable, weather tight.
Containerized cargo means any machinery, equipment, materials,
Containerized cargo means manifested international freight in a sealed, seagoing container that is heading to or egressing the Port of Baltimore.
Containerized cargo means cargo shipped in a container that is enclosed, permanent, reusable, nondisposable and weathertight. (cargaison conteneurisée)
Containerized cargo means any machinery, equipment,
Containerized cargo means any general cargo shipped in an enclosed, - permanent, reusable, nondisposable, weathertight shipping conveyance having a capacity of 18 cubic meters (635.665 cubic feet) or more and fitted with a minimum of one hinged door;
Containerized cargo means any machinery, equipment, materials, products, commodities, or any other cargo transported by containers, that are rigid, sealable, and reusable metal boxes built to a recognized international standard, in which goods are shipped via oceangoing vessel.