Deep in space : a ship is slowly moving. A big one. The kind of spaceship dedicated to transporting heavy cargo from a planet to another one. No life on his board. Everything is remotely controlled. By YOU.
The lading or freight of a ship or other vessel; the goods, merchandise, or whatever is conveyed in a vessel or boat; load; freight.
The goods for transport in any volume, and the type of service airlines provide to transport the goods. Exceptions: (a) Mail or other property under the terms of an international postal convention. (b) Baggage carried under a passenger ticket and baggage check. Unaccompanied baggage moving under an Air Waybill is cargo. See Air Freight.
Goods carried by a large vehicle, like a truck, train or ship.
This is usually covered under a Marine Insurance policy, whether for domestic or international journeys, by sea, air or land. There are three internationally recognised types of cover, known as 'Institute Cargo Clauses A, B and C'. These have replaced three old covers with antiquated wordings known as All Risks, With Average (WA) and Free of Particular Average (FPA).
Generally refers to commodities with respect to Marine Insurance policies â€“ covering domestic and international journeys by land, sea, or air.
Cargo magazine, founded in March 2004, was created to fit a niche of the male demographic tailored for the fashionable and the trendy. During this time, metrosexualism was a hot commodity, and Conde Nast Publishing authorized a male spin-off of the popular female shopping magazine Lucky. Cargo magazine had a complimentary website cargomag.com.