When I wrote my original post, 6 Freight Terms Everyone Should Know, I had no idea it would become so popular.
Since that time, a lot of interesting freight questions from all over the world have come my way. I guess I shouldn't have been too surprised. Shipping stuff seems easy enough, but sometimes it feels like you have to learn a secret new language just to get a freight bill paid. That's why I've decided to expand on my first freight terms post.
Below are more terms you might see on shipping documents:
What other terms have you seen on freight paperwork? New terms seem to pop up all the time so keep them coming. Post your questions in the comments below (and don't forget to check my original freight terms post too).
Post by: Amber Potts, Customer Service Representative
11/6/2020 02:26:09 pm
Please explain what is UCC on a pallet
Nelson Blog Team
11/6/2020 03:53:11 pm
Thanks for the interesting question, Michael. We ran this by a member of our pallet team. The UCC marking is not something we normally see and may be a stencil unique to a specific company.
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