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Bill Of Lading

A bill of lading is a trade document issued by a shipping line or OTI to the customer.

The bill of lading serves as Evidence of Contract of Carriage, Receipt of Goods, Document of Title to the Goods.

Related reading: 

The Anatomy Of The Sea Freight Invoice

What Is The Difference Between A NVOCC And A Freight Forwarder?

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