Global Air And Sea Freight Operations

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Private Class from

1600/day

(2 Days)

BENEFITS

Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understanding the principles of air and sea freight procedures and practices
  • Learning the airfreight and sea freight elements of operations
  • Familiarizing the inward and outward cargo flow methodology

INTRODUCTION

The carriage of goods by air and sea plays an important role and is a vital link in the economic, political and cultural development of any countries. These transportation modes bring forth raw materials for production and finished goods for consumerism. Hence, the holistic understanding of the air and sea movement dynamics would ensure more success for customer satisfaction and competitiveness position in the targeted market place

AUDIENCE

The program is specially designed in enhancing skills and broadening knowledge. An imperative course for executives and managers in the shipping, logistics and distribution functions and roles. Useful and beneficial to executives and managers from supply chain management, finance and cost management, customer and order management and supplier and purchasing management, sales and order management

METHODOLOGY

A workshop based training style with lecturing and case study simulation. Group and individual assignments for reinforcement of learning points.

INTRODUCTION TO THE CARRIAGE OF GOODS BY AIR PERTAINING TO THE WARSAW CONVENTION AND MONTREAL CONVENTION
  • The Rules And Regulations
  • Indemnification And Immunization Clauses Pre Printed On The AWB (Airway Bill)
DOCUMENTATION USED IN AIRFREIGHT OPERATIONS FROM THE CARRIER,FORWARDER SHIPPER AND CONSIGNEE
  • Their Respective Roles And Responsibilities
TYPES OF AIRCRAFTS AND AIRPORT FACILITIES
  • Palletisation And Containerization Of Various Type Of ULD (Unit Load Device).
OBJECTIVES OF MATERIALS HANDLING
  • Importance Of Packing, Labeling And Handling
CARGO CLASSIFICATION AND RATE CLASSIFICATION (GCR, SCR, CCA) COMMODITIES AND CHARGES
  • Determination Of Weights And Charges (M, N, Q Break Points)
METHODS OF FREIGHT PAYMENT ALLOWED (PP, CC, COD, FHD)
  • Construction Of Freight Rates
  • Computation Of Valuation And Carrier Insurance Charges
PRINCIPLES OF CONSOLIDATION SHIPMENT IN SINGLE OR MULTIPLE MOVEMENT
  • Procedures In Cargo Reservation And Preparation Of The MAWB (Master Airway Bill) And HAWB (House Airway Bill)
INTRODUCTION TO THE SHIPPING CONVENTIONS AND COGSA (CARRIAGE OF GOODS BY SEA ACT) AND THE IMPLICATIONS OF THE CONTRACT OF AFFREIGHTMENT (COA)
DOCUMENTATION USED IN SEAFREIGHT OPERATIONS FROM THE CARRIER, FORWARDER, SHIPPER AND CONSIGNEE
  • Their Respective Roles And Responsibilities
TYPES OF SHIPPING SERVICES AND OPERATORS
  • The Implications Of Seaworthiness And Cargo Worthiness Of Ships And Vessels
  • Various Containers In Used
OBJECTIVES OF MATERIALS HANDLING
  • Importance Of Marking, Labeling And Handling
TYPES OF CONTAINERIZATION MOVEMENT IN FCL (FULL CONTAINER LOAD) AND LCL (LESS THAN CONTAINER LOAD)
  • The Responsibilities Of Carrier And Shipper In FCL And LCL
THE KINDS OF FREIGHT RATES (CBR, FAK) AND METHOD OF FREIGHT PAYMENT ALLOWED
  • Definition And Computation Of Rates Under Freight Prepaid And Freight Collect
CARGO DESCRIPTION AND DETERMINATION OF CHARGEABLE WEIGHT VERSUS ACTUAL WEIGHT
  • The Difference Between Density And Measurement Weight In Used
PRINCIPLES OF CONSOLIDATION SHIPMENT IN SINGLE OR MULTIPLE MOVEMENT
  • Procedures In Booking Of Cargo Space And Preparation Of The MBL (Master Bill Of Lading) And HBL (House Bill Of Lading)

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