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Carriage of goods definition

What does Carriage of goods mean?

The transportation of goods by sea, air, land (rail and road), or a combination of these.

The phrase carriage of goods usually denotes the first and the last of a series of operations that constitute a carriage by the particular mode of transport. Arranging the carriage of the goods will be the obligation of either the seller or the buyer, as specified in the contract of sale and purchase.


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