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Blank Back Form of Liner Bill of Lading 2016

20 September 2016

The Blank Back Form of Liner Bill of Lading is a bill of lading with no pre-printed terms and conditions on its backside. Instead, the relationship between the carrier and the shipper should be governed by the carrier’s standard conditions of carriage. If the carrier does not have any standard conditions of carriage, then this bill of lading will be subject to the terms and conditions of the CONLINEBILL bill of lading which was in force on the date when the Blank Back Form of Liner Bill of Lading was issued. The latest edition of this bill of lading is Blank Back Form of Liner Bill of Lading 2016. This amended edition has an updated layout and signature box. Copyright in Blank Back Form of Liner Bill of Lading 2016 is held by BIMCO.

Blank Back Form of Non-Negotiable Liner Waybill 2016

20 September 2016

The Blank Back Form of Non-Negotiable Liner Waybill is a waybill with no pre-printed terms and conditions on its backside. Instead, the relationship between the carrier and the shipper should be governed by the carrier’s standard conditions of carriage. If the carrier does not have any standard conditions of carriage, then this waybill will be subject to the terms and conditions of the CONLINEBILL liner bill of lading which was in force on the date when the Blank Back Form of Non-Negotiable Liner Waybill was issued. The latest edition of this waybill is the Blank Back Form of Non-Negotiable Liner Waybill 2016. This amended edition includes an updated layout and signature box. Copyright in Blank Back Form of Non-Negotiable Liner Waybill 2016 is held by BIMCO.

HEAVYLIFTVOY

20 September 2016

HEAVYLIFTVOY is a voyage charter party for the mid-sized heavy lift sector carrying specialist cargo. It is a comprehensive contract providing for free-in or liner in-hook terms for loading and free-out or liner out-hook terms for discharging. HEAVYLIFTVOY operates under the conventional cargo liability regime of the Hague-Visby Rules and is designed for the carriage of multiple shipments both above and below deck. A standard bill of lading, HEAVYLIFTVOYBILL, is intended to be used with it. The latest edition of this contract is HEAVYLIFTVOY, issued in 2009. Copyright in HEAVYLIFTVOY is held by BIMCO.