|SD (or SID)
||Costs charged for transporting goods over the sea. This
does not cover haulage or loading/discharging costs but the sea
||Statement of condition of the vessel (valid certificates,
fully equipped and manned etc.)
||Are usually 12.0 meter flat bed road trailers
||Stowage Factor. Cubic space (measurement tonne) occupied by
one tonne (2,240 lbs/1,000 kgs) of cargo
||Are bearers (timber or steel) positioned under the cargo to
enable forklift handling at port, and for ease of rigging and
lashing on board ship.
||Satellite Navigation - A form of position finding using
radio transmissions from satellites with sophisticated on-board
||Shipper Owned Container
||Statement of Facts
||Is the strengthening of circular tanks for transport, this
prevents the tanks from becoming warped. The tanks are
strengthened with steel or wood crossbeams giving a "spider"
||Signing and Releasing Bill of Lading
||Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays Excluded
|SSHINC (or SATSHINC)
||Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays Included
||It is paramount that a vessel is stable in all aspects at
all times. When cargo is loaded/discharged, the stability is
monitored by a computer, which takes into account the weight
and position of cargo within the vessel.
||Right side of a ship when facing the front or forward
||Subject to Enough Merchandise (Availability of cargo).
Also, the forward most part of the bow.
||The aformost or after part of a ship
||Subject (to). Depending upon as a condition
||Person employed by a ship owner, shipping company,
charterer of a ship or shipper of goods to supervise cargo
handling operations. Often called a port captain.
||Salt Water Arrival Draft
||Salt Water Departure Draft