D-trans international shipping co., ltd
1. In the cabin -- in the cabin refers to the inside of the cabin or the position below the deck of the ship. Many customers will stress that their cargo need to be stowed in the cabin, because after the hatch cover is closed, the sealed environment can better protect the cargo. But the rates inside and on deck are different.
2. Deck -- deck refers to the main deck of a ship. This position is relatively close to the ship's side, which is easy to surf and may cause problems such as corrosion of cargo
3. Hatch cover -- the hatch cover plate of each cargo compartment of the ship, referred to as the hatch cover, which is far from the ship's side and not easy to surf. The stowage position of the deck and hatch cover is collectively referred to as deck stowage, which is different from that of the cabin.
4, stowage, loading refers to the owner of the company dedicated terminal based on which the ship captain to undertake all the characteristics of the cargo, as well as the port of loading and unloading of demands and location comprehensive division to the position of the ship's cargo and drawing, the figure is the stowage plan, convenient port shift on the port will be loaded according to the stowage plan.
5. Port order -- the order in which a ship calls at a port
6. Laycan, short for layday and canceling day, refers to the loading period of a ship. Container ships are calculated according to the shipping date, while bulk cargo is calculated according to the loading period when the ship arrives at the loading port, such as 15-25 jan 2019
7. Demurrage fee -- when the ship wants to load the cargo, the cargo are not properly prepared and customs clearance is released, so the ship will wait for the cargo to be ready before loading, so the owner will calculate the demurrage fee detention on a daily basis according to the waiting time, and calculate the demurrage fee on a proportional basis if it is less than one day.