Payment for shipping cargo from one port to another via a third port; this is still often done today for customs-related considerations. – Invoiced expenses for the unloading and reloading of goods from one mode of transport, e.g.: Ship, aircraft, to another, such as: Railroad car, truck [CH: Camion] (payment for unloading of cargo at a port or point where it is then reloaded into another mode of transportation). – In the fishing industry, the expenses for transferring fish from fishing boats to the transport vessel assigned to them (expenses for the act of transferring the catch from fishing boats to a vessel used solely for the carriage of cargo) or to the floating fish factory (swimming fish factory, fish processing factory ship). – See quay dues, loading dues, load dues, stowage dues.
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