Goods thrown or lost.
The act of intentionally throwing cargo overboard e.g. with the objective of lightening a vessel, which has run aground, such for the common good of all interests: vessel, crew and remaining cargo See GA
A mole or breakwater, running out into the sea to protect harbours or coasts. It is sometimes used as a landing-pier.
Projecting arm of a crane. Attachment connected to the top of a crane boom.
That work which is undertaken to meet a customer or production order and, for production control purposes, has a unique identification.
A joint activity of two or more companies usually performed under a common name.
A voyage from one place, port or country to another one, in case of a round trip, to the same one.
Juridical decisions used for explanation and meaning of law.
Abbreviation: JIT The movement of material/goods at the necessary place at the necessary time. The implication is that each operation is closely synchronised with the subsequent ones to make that possible.
Longitudinal girder at the lowest point of a vessel from which the framework is built.
Description of the packaging material used for goods to be transported.