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From Cape Verde
To Argentina
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Dec 10, 2020

What is a LINER OUT CHARGE in shipping?

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Kerim A.
Dec 10, 2020

LINER OUT means the cost of discharging the cargo at the destination port is included in the freight rate. Free Out which when used from a liners perspective means that the liner is responsible for the loading (In) costs at the Port of Load and the consignee is responsible for the discharging (Out) costs at the Port of Discharge.

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