HOW DOES TRANSSHIPMENT VARY FROM CARGO IN TRANSIT?

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Transshipment is the act of off-loading a container from one ship (generally at a hub port) and loading it onto another ship to be further carried to the final port of discharge.
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π΄π‘–π‘Ÿ – π΄π‘–π‘Ÿ
π΄π‘–π‘Ÿ – π‘†π‘’π‘Ž
π‘†π‘’π‘Ž – π΄π‘–π‘Ÿ
π‘†π‘’π‘Ž – π‘†π‘’π‘Ž

Cargoes that have been off-loaded at a port for transshipment are NOT allowed to exit the port by land or rail across international borders to a land locked country unless they are declared as Cargo in Transit.

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A cargo that is moved from an origin point across international borders to another country over land is termed as β€œCargo in Transit”

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