Content of Bill of Lading in Maritime Documents

Content of Bill of Lading in Maritime Documents

(1) Shipper; (2) consignee; (3) notified person; (4) port of departure or loading; (4) port of destination or unloading; (5) name and voyage of vessel; (5) number of marks and pieces; (2) weight and volume; (2) name and number of cargo; (2) place of payment of freight; (2) number of original bills of lading; (3) signature of shipping company; (5) place and date of issuance.

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