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Shipper s Domestic Truck Bill of Lading - Non-Negotiable BOL Number Billing Ref Number Vehicle Date Carrier RECEIVED subject to the Common Carrier Rate Agreement or the CONTRACT between the Shipper and Carrier in effect on the date of shipment the property described below received in good order except as noted contents and condition of contents of packages unknown marked consigned and destined as shown below. This Bill of Lading is not subject to any tariffs or classifications whether...
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Hi I'm Mike hobby Oh cover freight lines training communications manager today we want to offer you some basic information about bills of lading we're going to cover the top five items on the bill of lading that seem to be misunderstood the most we're going to look at them from the standpoint of our bill of lading but most of the things we're going to talk about are uniform across most LTL carriers the first section we're going to look at are the parties there are three parties listed on the bill of lading the shipper the consignee and the third party billing the shipper is the originator of the freight it is always the location where the freight is picked up on some bills of lading it's called a consignor the consignee is the party that's receiving the freight like the shipper location the consigning is always a physical location the shipper and consignee locations are used to route the shipment and are one of the primary factors in the rate you pay for the service the shipper or the consignee may have an alternate address for mailing invoices or even separate designee for freight bill pay and audit this information goes in the third party billing location the third party billing address only applies to the party responsible for paying the freight charges as indicated in the term section of the bill of lading the next thing we want to look at are the terms indicate who is responsible for paying the freight charges there are two types of terms prepaid camp; Collect prepaid means the shipper or the shippers' designee is paying the freight charges collect mean the consignee or the constant E's designee are responsible for freight charges every bill of lading has a default set of terms on our bill of lading it defaults to prepaid it states freight charges are prepaid unless marked collect there's a Dhaka marks the terms collect this is an item that may differ between bills of lading, so please read the terms section of your bill of lading to ensure you understand what it's communicating sometimes shippers will not mark the terms but will list the consignee or its designee as the third party billing this creates a contradictory document the terms say the shipper is responsible, but the third party billing indicates the consignee is responsible our policy is the follow the terms as our default the third section is rate quote when you call in to get a quote or get a quote online and subsequently request the pickup there is no connection between the quote and the eventual Freight bill unless you list the quote number on the bill of lading on our bill of lading we provide you with a box to put the quote number our billing personnel will see it we'll add it to the freight bill as long as the characteristics of the quote match the actual characteristics of the freight move the two rates should match up if the characteristics of the freight itself don't match the quote the actual characteristics will be used for example if you got a quote for 500 pounds...
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