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Cargo

Goods being transported.

Cargo

Anything being transported, especially if it is to be sold later.

cargo

see FREIGHT.

freight

or

cargo

goods that are in the process of being physically transported from a factory or depot to a customer by road, rail, sea or air, involving both domestically and internationally traded goods. The movement of goods may be done by the supplier's own distribution division or by independent fleet operators and FREIGHT FORWARDERS. See C. I. F., F. O. B.
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The freight turnover of the Baltic Sea ports amounted to 246.32 million tons (-0.5%), of which the volume of dry cargo was 109.78 million tons (+ 4.5%), bulk cargoes - 136.54 million tons (- 4.1%).
General Commercial Cargoes are Imported or Exported in either FCL or LCL Containers which are delivered to their respective destinations, mostly, through Road Trucks.
In the ocean cargo sector, Hamburg Sud pre-positions its equipment to meet regional and seasonal needs, and recently established a new Venezuelan trucking company to move cargoes between major interior industrial centers to key ports.
Exiting cargoes come from such units as the 1st Armored Division, the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), the 82nd Airborne Division, and the 4th Infantry Division.
Other "northbound" cargoes include textiles, apparel and a variety of manufactured products.
The men support the Canada-United States Integrated Lines of Communication Agreement, giving Canadian cargoes equal priority for movement on American planes and ships.
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