|Aircraft on Ground
|An acronym for Aircraft on Ground; also known as Airplane-on-Ground; a term used in aircraft operations and maintenance which indicates a serious concern. It could be an aberration which is enough to defer an aircraft flight. Crucial aviation parts are required to be dispatched immediately by some qualified personnel to repair the aircraft and avoid untoward delay. AOG suppliers readily provide help, most services extends 24/7, seven times a week to dispatch critical aircraft parts aiming to get the aircraft on air for operations.
|Actual Time of Arrival
|Actual time of arrival
|An international customs and temporary export-import document
|ATA carnet simplifies the customs clearance and replaces all export, import and transit documents. Read more about ATA-carnet here
|Actual Time of Departure
|Actual time of departure
|Freight document for air
|Bill of Lading
|Freight document for shipping
|"B100 is a bio-based fuel according to the standard for Biodiesel (NS-EN14214).
B100 consists of 100% rapeseed methyl ester (RME)."
|Business to Business
|Trade between companies
|Bunker Adjustement Factor
|Oil / Fuel Surcharge
|Goods that must be loaded individually, and not in intermodal containers nor in bulk as with oil or grain
|Ships that carry this sort of cargo are called general cargo ships
|Currency Adjustment Factor
|Carbon neutrality specifically refers to the amount of carbon being removed from the atmosphere being equal to the carbon emitted.
|A volume that is made by a cube that is 1 meter on each side
|Certificate of Origin
|Certificate of Origin
|Certificate of Origin of the goods
|Cost and Freight
|Delivered when goods is loaded onto vessel, harbour for delivery should be named.
|Weight converted out of volume
|Trailer for transporting containers
|Cost, Insurance and Freight
|Delivered when goods is loaded onto vessel, harbour for delivery should be named. Consigner is responsible for insurance
|Carbon dioxide is a colourless gas and one of the most important gases linked to global warming
|Carbon Dioxide Equivalent
|"CO2e essentially describes the global warming potential of all greenhouse gases.
In other words, the impact of different greenhouse gases is expressed in terms of the amount of CO2 that would result in the same amount of warming. Put simply, CO2e gathers all greenhouse gases into one place."
|Change of Destination
|Change of agreed delivery address
|Receiver of the goods
|The sender/shipper of the goods is where the goods is sent/shipped from
|Delivered at Place
|Delivered when goods is ready to be unloaded by the buyer at a named destination. Consignee responsible for cost of importing the goods
|Delivered Duty Paid
|Delivered when goods is loaded onto vessel, harbour for delivery
|Harbour rental fee in regards to containers
|Container rental fee
|Dangerous Goods Regulations
|Dangerous goods regulations - rules for handling dangerous goods during transport
|European Article Numbering
|Gives the product an unique number readable by a scanner
|EcoVadis provides holistic sustainability ratings service of companies. The EcoVadis Rating covers a broad range of non-financial management systems including Environmental, Labor & Human Rights, Ethics and Sustainable Procurement impacts. Each company is rated on the material issues as they pertain to their company's size, location and industry.
|Electronic Data Interchange
|Electronic Data Interchange between computer systems
|E-methanol is produced by combining green hydrogen and captured carbon dioxide from industrial sources. It still releases some greenhouse gases as it burns, but it emits less carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides, sulfur oxide and particulate matter than conventional marine fuel.
|"Emission computations calculate the direct and indirect output of greenhouse gas (GHG) and carbon dioxide emissions committed by an individual,
organization, product, or event. It helps to recognize excessive energy usage or other inefficiencies which result in operating cost reduction,
and preserve the environment."
|Estimated Time of Arrival
|Estimated time of arrival of goods and cargo
|Estimated Time of Departure
|Estimated time of departure of goods and cargo
|An international trade term that describes the seller making a product available at a designated location, and the buyer covering the transport costs.
|Delivered when goods is loaded onto transport of the consignee
|Full Container Load
|Full container load
|Feeders collect shipping containers from different ports and transport them to central container terminals where they are loaded to bigger vessels
|Forty Equivalent Unit/ Forty Foot Unit
|Forty foot Equivalent Unit/ Container
|Free On Board
|Delivered when goods are loaded onto the vessel
|Additional cost for transport according to cost of fuel in the period the goods are transported
|Full Truck Load
|Truck fully loaded with goods
|Greenhouse Gas Calculations
|"Carbon footprint is only a CO2 measure, where GHG emissions are the calculation of the CO2 equivalent.
CO2 gas is part of CO2 equivalent. GHG shows gases other than CO2 that are responsible for global warming of the earth."
|Greenhouse gas emissions
|The emission into the earth's atmosphere of any of various gases, esp carbon dioxide, that contribute to the greenhouse effect.
|General System of Preference Certificate
|Preferential treatment is given in the form of reduced or zero rates of customs duties for access to the markets of the European Union. The GSP scheme is specifically designed to benefit certain developing countries and integrate them into the world economy
|House Air Way Bill
|Freight document for air transport, issued by an air freight forwarder
|Goods that are of a concern that may include danger, flammable, corrosive, explosion hazard, etc.
|House Bill of Lading
|Freight document issued by a shipping forwarder to their customers
|International Air Transport Association
|International Air Transport Association
|Less than Container Load
|Less than container load. 1 TEU equals a 20 feet container
|Master Air Way Bill
|Freight document for air transport issued by an airline carrier
|Master Bill of Lading
|Freight document for shipping, issued by the shipping line
|NMHC means the sum of all hydrocarbon air pollutants except methane.
|Notify party regarding the arrival of goods
|"NOx is a mixture of gases containing nitrogen, specifically the nitrogen oxides NO, NO2 and N2O3.
NOx contributes to air pollution and is a significant component of photochemical smog."
|Non Vessel Operating Common Carrier
|Do not own a vessel, but can issue B/L
|Handheld scanner for reading the barcode on the labels
|POD (sea freight)
|Port Of Discharge
|Port where the goods are delivered
|Port Of Loading
|Port where the goods are loaded
|A term used to broadly describe the national or international transportation of large, heavy, high value or a critical (to the project they are intended for) pieces of equipment. Also commonly referred to as Heavy lift
|A refrigerated container
|A temperature regulated container
|Science Based Target initiative
|The Science Based Target Initiative is a intiative to drive ambitious corporate climate actions.
|Shipper of cargo
|Sender of the goods
|Service Level Agreement
|Service Level Agreement regarding delivery times
|A major air pollutant, especially in industrial areas. The main sources of emissions are from fossil fuel combustion
|Additional cost according to safety risks involved
| Stripping of container
|Emptying a container
|Stuffing of container
|Loading a container
| A sustainability rating is a measure of how well a company is performing in terms of environmental and social responsibility.
|Twenty foot Equivalent Unit
|Twenty foot Equivalent Unit/ Container
|Terminal Handling Charge
|Terminal and handling costs
|Unit Load Device
|Container, specially adapted for aircraft and air freight
|Weight & Measurement of shipment
|Means No GHG emissions.