break bulk

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
(Ticaret) konsolide kargo
breakbulk
(Askeri) gemiyi tahliye etmek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Unload a ship
Take part of a ship's cargo out of its hold
This term refers to the breaking down of a consolidation Consolidations occor when several shippers share one freight rate, getting a better rate than they would individually Usually, their cargo is grouped together in one ocean container or air shipping unit (container or pallet) The Breakbulk department (typically referring to just air inbound) is resposible for tracking the incoming consolidation and breaking it down according to consignee upon arrival
{i} individual items of packaged cargo, loose cargo carried in the storage compartment of a ship or other vehicle
Cargo loaded in bulk inside a vessel as compared to containerized cargo
To separate a composite load into individual shipments that are routed to different destinations
Unload and distribute a portion or all of the contents of a rail car, container, or trailer
To commence discharge
Disassembling or unpacking a consolidated shipment for delivery or for reconsignment
For consolidated air freight, it is moved under one MAWB and each consignment designated to specific consignee or receipant is under one HAWB When freight forwarder receives the consolidated cargo from carrier, they will break the consolidation apart per HAWB then proceed customs clearance along with associated shipping and import documents Such Break-Bulk is normally handled by airlines or their contracted ground handling agent » Back to top of screen
The cargo is shipped loose in a vessel, together with other cargo The term distinguishes it from cargo that is shipped either
The process of assimilating many small shipments into one large shipment at a central point so that economies of scale may be achieved; to commence discharge of cargo
Of cargo, heterogeneous in size, shape, and handling requirements; neither bulk nor containerized

Break-bulk cargo is characterized by its multiplicity and diversity. ... In break-bulk service, a cargo ship might carry barrels of cooking oil, ... cartons..., bales ..., bags ..., and so on.

The separation of a consolidated bulk load into smaller individual shipments for delivery to the ultimate consignee The freight may be moved intact inside the trailer, or it may be interchanged and rehandled to connecting carriers
cargo other than RO/RO, containerized, or bulk
The separation of a single consolidated bulk load into smaller individual shipments for delivery to the ultimate consignees
Cargo that is moved as individual packages This type of operation does not unitize the cargo
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Non-containerized general cargo Examples include iron, steel, machinery, linerboard, woodpulp and yachts
breakbulk
In general, a term used to denote cargo that is not carried in containers, or which is not shipped as liquid or dry bulk
breakbulk
1 To unload, sort, and reload some or all contents of a vehicle in transit
breakbulk
Of cargo, heterogeneous in size, shape, and handling requirements; neither bulk nor containerized
break bulk

    Турецкое произношение

    breyk bʌlk

    Произношение

    /ˈbrāk ˈbəlk/ /ˈbreɪk ˈbʌlk/

    Этимология

    [ 'brAk ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English breken, from Old English brecan; akin to Old High German brehhan to break, Latin frangere.

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