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8335 Movement type description code [B]

Desc: Code specifying a type of movement. Repr: an..3 Repr: an..3 1 Breakbulk Defines the movement of general cargo not carried in ISO standard containers. 2 LCL/LCL Defines the movement of cargo packed in and unpacked from containers by the carrier on behalf of the shipper/consignee. 'LCL' means Less than Container Load. 3 FCL/FCL Defines the movement of cargo packed by the shipper or shipper's agent and unpacked by the consignee or consignee's agent. 'FCL' means Full Container Load. 4 FCL/LCL Defines the movement of cargo packed by the shipper or shipper's agent and unpacked by the carrier. 'FCL' means Full Container Load. 'LCL' means Less than Container Load. 5 LCL/FCL Defines the movement of cargo packed by the carrier and unpacked by the consignee or consignee's agent. 'LCL' means Less than Container Load. 'FCL' means Full Load. 6 Consolidation A movement of multiple shipments to a single destination. 7 Parcel post A movement of material by parcel post. 8 Expedited truck A movement of material by expedited truck. 9 Consignor determined means A movement of material by the means determined by the consignor. 10 Private parcel service A movement of material by a private parcel service. 11 House to house Cargo packed in a unit by the shipper at point of origin and unpacked by consignee at final destination. 12 House to terminal Cargo packed in a unit by the shipper at point of origin and unpacked at the carrier's inland facility between the ship's point of discharge and the final destination. 13 House to pier Cargo packed in a unit by the shipper at point of origin and unpacked by carrier at ship's point of discharge (pier). 14 Air charter A movement of material by chartered aircraft. 15 Air express A movement of material by air express service. 16 Geographic grouped transport A movement of material from multiple origins to a single destination utilizing a single carrier and a single freight bill. 17 Less than truck load A movement of material on a truck that is not full. 18 Pooled piggyback A movement of material by a trailer on a railcar. 19 Consignee transportation provided A movement of material transported by the consignee. 20 Rail A movement of material to the consignee via rail. 21 Terminal to house Cargo packed in a unit at a carrier's inland facility between point of origin and the ship's point of loading and unpacked by consignee at the final destination. 22 Terminal to terminal Cargo packed in a unit at a carrier's inland facility between point of origin and the ship's point of loading and unpacked at a carrier's inland facility between ship's point of discharge and final destination. 23 Terminal to pier Cargo packed in a unit at a carrier's inland facility between point of origin and ship's point of loading and unpacked by carrier at ship's point of discharge (pier). 31 Pier to house Cargo packed in a unit at ship's point of loading and unpacked by consignee at final destination. 32 Pier to terminal Cargo packed in a unit at ship's point of loading and unpacked at a carrier's inland facility between ship's point of discharge and final destination. 33 Pier to pier Cargo packed in a unit at ship's point of loading and unpacked by carrier at ship's point of discharge (pier). 41 Station to station The consignment is moving from one container freight station to another container freight station. 42 House to warehouse The consignment is moving from the premises of the shipper to a warehouse. 43 Warehouse to house The consignment is moving from a warehouse to the premises of the consignee. 44 Station to house The cargo is moving from a container freight station to the premises of the consignee. 45 Geographic grouped transport, multiple origins, multiple destinations A movement of material from multiple origins to multiple destinations using a single carrier and a single freight bill. 46 Geographic grouped transport, multiple origins, single destination A movement of material from multiple origins to a single destination utilizing a single carrier and a single freight bill. 47 Geographic receiving A collection of shipments that involve a single origin, multiple destinations, and a single trailer, and are paid under a single freight bill. 컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴

Data Element Cross Reference

DataElement 8335 is used in the following Batch Composite Elements:

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