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Logistic dictionary online – letter T

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February 28, 2020

Logistic dictionary online – letter T

  • container tare / container empty weight – the weight of an empty container, including the weight of fittings and equipment that are an integral part of this type of container under normal conditions.
  • tanker / tanker / chemical tanker – a vessel intended for the carriage of liquid cargo
  • tallyman – a person who counts transhipped goods
  • tariff / tariff – a set of rates, fees and associated transport conditions
  • TEU / twenty feet equivalent unit – see twenty-foot equivalent unit
  • THC / Terminal Handling Charge – port / terminal fees that the port charges for container handling, such as container handling in port, demoulding, delivery to warehouse and transhipment to the car
  • TINA / Transport Infrastructure Needs Assessment – a network of European transport corridors
  • TIR / Transport International Routier – a set of rules resulting from the customs convention, serving to facilitate international, European road freight transport by using TIR carnets
  • English ton – weight measure of 2240 British pounds, 1016 kg
  • US ton – 2,000 British pounds, 907 kg
  • tonne-kilometer – a unit of measure for the transport work carried out by a means of freight, specifying the transport of one ton of goods over a distance of one kilometer
  • dangerous goods / dangerous goods – material posing a threat to human health and life, which has been classified in terms of toxicity, ecotoxicity and physicochemical properties, in order to ensure safety when transporting dangerous goods, legal regulations have been imposed under various means of transport, the Code of Maritime Transport IMDG, air transport – IATA DGR regulation, in road transport – ADR convention, rail transport – RID regulations
  • tracing / traceability – the ability to identify product sources and characteristics based on criteria specified at each stage of the supply chain
  • tracking / tracing – the ability to locate goods at every stage of the supply chain based on special criteria
  • tramp shipping – irregular shipping, tramp shipping – without fixed lines
  • transit time – total time including shipment transport
  • transport – a set of activities related to the movement of people and material goods using appropriate means
  • intermodal transport / intermodal transport – transport of goods in one (same) loading unit or road vehicle, using two or more modes of transport sequentially without reloading the goods themselves, in changing modes of transport
    combined transport / combined transport – the implementation of transport using mainly sea, air or rail transport and the use of road transport in the initial and / or final phase
    multimodal transport / multimodal transportation – transport of loads through a minimum of two branches of transport
    cargo trimming – proper and safe placement of bulk cargo on the ship
  • tweendeck – an inter-deck located on conventional general cargo ships

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