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ultra large crude carrier (ULCC)
A ship built for the transport of liquid cargo and which has a loading capacity of 250.000 until 500.000 deadweight.
Term used to describe the transport of road vehicles via train or ferry during which the driver does not accompany the goods.
A moment in the production process when the facilities do not operate at full capacity.
Union Internationale des Chemins de Fer (UIC)
International association of railway companies of which the greater part of the European railway companies are members.
A group of items which are assembled to form a larger packaging unit (e.g. on a pallet held together by a foil) to facilitate handling and loading.
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)
An agency by the United Nations. One of its tasks is to make sure the cargo sharing ratio of 40:40:20, the so-called liner code, between shipping lines of the importing, exporting and third countries is adhered to.
United Nations Dangerous Goods Number (UNDG number)
A classification of dangerous cargo according to a four-digit number assigned by the United Nations Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods.
A place where goods are unloaded.