Meaning Freight
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Refers to either the cargo carried or the charges assessed for carriage of the cargo.
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A transportation term meaning either goods being transported, and/or charges incurred for such transport.
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"to load (a ship) with goods or merchandise for shipment," mid-15c. variant of Middle English fraught (v.) "to load (a ship)," c. 1400; see fraught, and compare freight (n.). Figur [..]
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early 15c. "transporting of goods and passengers by water," variant of fraght, which is from Middle Dutch or Middle Low German vracht, vrecht (see fraught). Danish fragt, Swedish frakt appar [..]
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Goods to be shipped or transported.
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Goods being transported from one place to another.
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goods transported by air, land, or sea for profit.
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Supplies, goods, and transportable property. [D03506]
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cargo: goods carried by a large vehicle transport commercially as cargo load with goods for transportation the charge for transporting something by common carrier; "we pay the freight& [..]
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goods transported in bulk by train, truck, ship or aircraft or the transport of the goods.
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Refers to either the cargo carried or the charges assessed for carriage of the cargo.
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All air cargo excluding mail.
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Exhibit properties and other materials shipped for an exhibit.
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Inventory or goods transported by truck, train, ship, or aircraft.
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The price or compensation paid to a carrier for the transportation of goods. The term is also applied to the goods transported by such carriers. It is most commonly used in Maritime law in relation to [..]
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(n) goods carried by a large vehicle(n) transporting goods commercially at rates cheaper than express rates(n) the charge for transporting something by common carrier(v) transport commercially as [..]
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Used as a term or cargo.
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Class of insurance provided by a protection and indemnity (P&I) club that covers legal costs incurred by a shipowner in connection with claims arising from the operation of the ship.
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Refers to either the cargo carried or the charges assessed for carriage of cargo.
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Any product being transported.
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Resources that need to be transported from point A to point B.
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Products and goods to be moved from one place to another.
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Transported goods and inventory.
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Goods being transported from one place to another.
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Freightage. Goods loaded for transport in a vessel. 2. Money paid for carriage of goods by sea. In marine insurance, includes value of service in carrying goods of owner. Does not include passage mone [..]
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Class of insurance provided by a protection and indemnity (P&I) club that covers legal costs incurred by a shipowner in connection with claims arising from the operation of the ship.
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 Merchandise hauled by transportation lines.
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Money payable on delivery of cargo in a mercantile condition.
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For insurance purposes, the term 'freight' relates to the remuneration received or receivable by a carrier for the carriage of goods, and can include the profit he derives from the carriage [..]
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All cargo carried on a ship or the money paid to transport the cargo.
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Goods transported in a ship, or the money paid for such goods.
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Money payable on delivery of cargo in a mercantile condition.
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Cost of transport of goods particularly by sea. It is payable either in advance (freight prepaid), or at the destination (at destination or freight collect). Deadfreight is the compensation of the shi [..]
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The amount of money due for the carriage of goods and payable either in advance or upon delivery.
Source: maritimeandcommerciallaw.co.uk

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(a) The price paid to the carrier for the transportation of goods or merchandise by sea from one place to another. (b)Freight is also used to denote goods which are in the process of being transported [..]
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The money a ship owner is paid in return for carrying a cargo.  
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The remuneration earned by a ship owner or manager for the carriage of goods; including the profit derived from carrying his own goods. Freight Forwarder - An independent business that dispatches shipments for exporters for a fee. The firm may ship by land, air, or sea, or it may specialize. Usually it handles all the services connected with an exp [..]
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(1) Goods moved for another or, (2) The remuneration earned by a shipowner or manager for the carriage of goods; including the profit derived from carrying his own goods.
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A freight train.
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Money payable on delivery of cargo in a mercantile condition.
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All air cargo excluding mail.
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The costs involved between mine and smelter.
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Refers to either the cargo carried or the charges assessed for carriage of the cargo.
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1. All merchandise, goods, products, or commodities shipped by rail, air, road, or water, other than baggage, express mail, or regular mail.2. The compensation paid for the transport of goods.
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Goods being transported from one place to another.
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Charge for transporting goods by ship. Designates by extension the cargo itself.
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Refers to either the cargo carried or the charges assessed for carriage of the cargo.
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Cargo that is being transported.
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Goods that are packaged in large quantities and shipped overseas for export and import.
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Any commodity or cargo that is transported by a commercial carrier. Items shipped fall into various categories depending on item Definition, size and weight.
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The revenue earned by a vessel pursuant to a Voyage Charter or a Contract of Affreightment
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A transportation term meaning either goods being transported, and/or charges incurred for such transport.
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Goods transported in bulk by truck, train, ship, or aircraft
anonymous - 14 February 2022

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