SHIPPING GLOSSARY

C & D: Collected and delivered C & E: Customs & Excise C & I: Is a quoted price includes cost of goods and insurance. C&F: Is a quoted price includes cost of goods and freight. C.C.E.F.: Is a Customs Centralized Examination Facility. C.I.F.: Is a quoted price includes cost of goods, insurance and freight. C.I.T.E.S.: Committee on International Trade of Endangered Species. C/P: Charter party C/V: Certificate of value C/VO: Certificate of Value and Origin CAA: Is the Civil Aviation Authority. Government body responsible for regulating U.K. airlines. CAAC: Customs and Allied Affairs Committee Cabotage: Is where cargo is carried on what is essentially a domestic flight and therefore not subject to international agreements that fix set rates. Cabotage rates are negotiable between shipper and airline and apply on flights within a country and to its overseas territories. CAD Can have two me...