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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

  
Rail Car
A wheeled wagon used for the carriage of cargo by rail.
Rail Consignment Note
A document evidencing a contract for the transport of goods by rail.
Ramp
An artificial inclined path, road or track along which wheeled vehicles, cargo and trailers may pass for the purpose of changing their elevation and facilitating the loading and unloading operation (e.g. an entrance way into a Roll-on Roll-off vessel
Ramp Handling
See Platform Handling
Rate
The price of a transport service.
Quantity, amount or degree measured or applied.
Rate of Calculation
A factor for the calculation of an amount.
Rating
A class to which an article is assigned.
Re-invoicing
The procedure whereby goods shipped directly from a supplier to the customer are invoiced in two stages: at first by the supplier to an intermediary and subsequently by the intermediary to the customer.
Rebate
That part of a transport charge which the carrier agrees to return.
Receipt
A written acknowledgement, that something has been received.
Receiving Carrier
The carrier receiving a consignment on behalf of a carrier, agent or shipper for onward transport.
Receiving Stock
The stock comprising all the goods that have arrived at the door of the receiving organization and which is not yet available in the stock of that organization.
Redelivery
Return of a shipment to the party who originally delivered it to the carrier (air cargo).
Return of a charter vessel to the owners.
Reefer Cargo
Cargo requiring temperature control.
Reefer Container
A thermal container with refrigerating appliances (mechanical compressor unit, absorption unit etc.) to control the temperature of cargo.
Refund
The repayment to the purchaser of the total charge or a portion of that charge for unused carriage.
Region
Specified geographical area for operational purposes.
Regroupage
The process of splitting up shipments into various consignments (degroupage) and combining these small consignments into other shipments (groupage).
Rejection
Non-acceptance of e.g. cargo.
Release Order
A document issued by or on behalf of the carrier authorizing the release of import cargo identified thereon and manifested under a single Bill of Lading.
Reliability of Delivery
The reliability of a supplier concerning the agreed terms of delivery with regard to the quality, quantity, delivery time, conditions and price.
Replacement
Indicating that a subject is interchangeable with another subject, but which differs physically from the original subject in that the installation of the replacement subject requires extra machining or provisions in addition to the normal application and methods of attachment.
Repudiation
The denial by a user of having participated in part or all of a communication.
Rerouting
The route to be followed as altered from the one originally specified in the transport document.
Reservation
Allotment in advance of space or weight capacity. Also referred to as 'booking'.
Reserve Inventory
See Safety Stock
Resources
Organizations, People or Computer systems carrying out the activities.
Responsible Carrier
The carrier liable under the terms of a consortium Bill of Lading.
Carrier responsible for the transport of goods as indicated in the transport document.
Returns
Goods returned to their place of acceptance.
Revenue
Amounts of income stemming from the provision of services, from goods production.
Reverse Distribution
The collection of used, damaged, or outdated products and/or packaging from end-users.
Road Carrier
Party undertaking transport by road of goods from one point to another such as indicated in the contract.
Road Vehicle
A means of transport capable and allowed to move over public roads and other land ways.
Roll Trailer
Special trailer for terminal haulage and stowage on board of Roll-on Roll-off vessels.
Also referred to as Mafi Trailer.
Roll-on Roll-off
Abbreviation: RoRo
System of loading and discharging a vessel whereby the cargo is driven on and off by means of a ramp.
Rotation
Sequence in which a vessel calls at the ports on her itinerary.
Round Trip
A voyage, a journey etc. to a certain place, port or country and back again.
Route
The track along which goods are (to be) transported.
Routing
The determination of the most efficient route(s) that people, goods, materials and or means of transport have to follow.
The process of determining how a shipment will be moved between consignor and consignee or between place of acceptance by the carrier and place of delivery to the consignee.
The process of aiding a vessel's navigation by supplying long range weather forecasts and indicating the most economic and save sailing route.

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