Group of airlines or ocean carriers, who coordinate and cross list schedules; sell capacity on each other’s flights/voyages.
Freight movement in a direction (or lane) of secondary importance or light demand.
Slang term for a tractor driven without its trailer.
Cargo which is stowed loose on transportation vehicles, in a tank or without specific packaging. Handled by a pump, scoop, conveyor, or shovel. Examples: grain, coal, petroleum, chemicals
A diamond shaped sign attached to a vehicle hauling hazardous materials, which indicates the class & type of the materials being moved.
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