Additionally referred to as an import permit, an import license is a government document required in some countries authorising
the importation of goods and merchandise.
Additionally referred to as import controls, import restrictions are any
method employed by a country to limited the import of goods and merchandise such as quota, tariff, etc.
An import delivery or
1in = 2.54cm.
Incoterms (INCO Terms)
Incoterms or International Commerce Terms are a standardisation of international
trade terms published by the International Chamber of Commerce and accepted by legal authorises, governments, and agencies all over
the world. They are primarily used for the authoritative and uniformed interpretation of common international trade terms to define
costs and liabilities between parities.
The International Ship and Port Facility Security Code. Minimum security measures and responsibilities governing
international trade ports and agencies to ensure security threats are identified and prevented.
Just-in-time. A method of inventory
control designed to increase efficiency, decrease waste and warehousing costs, by receiving goods and merchandise JIT - as they are
Abbreviation for kilogram. 1,000 grams = 1kg, or 2.20462lbs.
Also referred to as a kingbolt, a king pin is a vertical
bot which securely connects the body of a vehicle (such as a tractor) to a trailer.