Exhibit Transport has gathered all the common terms used in at trade shows, expos, and special events. Also included are common terms used in air, ocean, and road freight. Our goal is to provide you with a better understanding of not only these terms but the industry as a whole.
Audio/visual presentation equipment such as televisions DVD or VCR players or recorded music."A/V Contractor"
Any supplier of audio/visual equipment and services."Advance Order"
An order for services sent to a service contractor prior to installation date.See also ""Floor Order""."Advance Rates"
Fees regarding to advance orders; may include discounts when paid in advance."Advanced Receiving"
Location set by exhibit management to receive freight before the start of a show. Freight is stored at provided location and then shipped to the exhibit's venue at the appropriate time."Agent"
An authorized representative with proper credentials from the party represented."Air Freight"
Merchandise shipped via airplane."Aisle"
A walkway intended for visitor movement through an exhibition or exhibit."Aisle Carpet"
Carpeting installed in trade show aisles."Aisle Signs"
Signs usually suspended over an aisle passage that identify aisles by number or letter."Assembly"
The process of setting up an exhibit from its components. Also called Installation or Set Up."At-Site"
People who visit an event who are not exhibiting at and/or are not connected with the event."Back-Light"
A light source that illuminates translucent matter from behind."Backwall"
Panels at the rear of an exhibit."Backwall Exhibit"
An exhibit that is set back-to-back with another exhibit or is set against a building wall."Baffle"
A partition set up to control light air sound or foot-traffic flow."Banner"
A suspended sign or panel used as decoration or signage usually made from fabric or paper for short-term use."Bill of Lading [B/L]"
A document establishing terms between a shipper and transportation company for transit of merchandise between specified points for a specified charge. See also Air Waybill Inland Bill"Blanket Wrap"
Uncrated merchandise covered with blankets or other protective padding and shipped by van line. Also called ""Pad Wrap."""Blueprint"
A scale diagram of exhibit booth space layout construction and specifications."Boneyard"
Storage area for empty crates and contractor materials."Booth"
An area composed of one or more standard units of exhibit space."Booth Area"
The amount of floor space assigned to an exhibitor."Booth Number"
The designated number that identifies an exhibitor's floor space."Booth Personnel"
Staff members assigned by an exhibitor to work at an exhibit."Booth Size"
Dimensions of the floor space contracted by an exhibitor usually sold in 10' x10' increments."C.I.F. [Cost Insurance Freight]"
A pricing term indicating charges that are included in a stated price."C.T.S.M."
Certified Trade Show Manager."CAD/CAM"
Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Aided Manufacturing."Carpenter"
A skilled worked employed to uncrate install dismantle and re-crate exhibit properties."Carpet Tape"
Double-sided adhesive tape used to affix carpet to a floor."Carrier"
A transportation line moving freight; usually a van line common carrier railroad line or air carrier. See also Common Carrier."Cartage"
(1) Fee charged for transporting freight. (2) Moving exhibit properties over a short distance."Certificate of Inspection"
A document certifying merchandise was in good condition prior to shipment."Cherry Picker"
Equipment used to lift people to a given height."Clean Bill of Lading"
A carrier-issued receipt indicating transported merchandise was received in perceived good condition. Compare with ""Foul Bill of Lading."""Collective Agreement"
A contract between employer and a union that specifies terms and conditions for employment union status and dispuse settlement during a contract period. Also known as Labor Agreement Union Contract."Column"
A pillar in an exposition building which supports the roof and/or other overhead structures. Usually shown on floor plan as a solid square."Commercial Invoice"
An itemized list of shipped goods or merchandise."Common Carrier"
A transportation company that moves people or goods. For exhibit freight the carrier usually accepts only crated materials and consolidates properties of several customers into one shipment bound for the same location."Consignee"
A person to whom goods or merchandise are shipped."Consignment"
A delivery of goods or merchandise from an exporter (the consignor) to an agent (the consignee) under agreement that the agent will sell the merchandise receive a commission and remit net proceeds to the exporter."Consignor"
A person who sends freight."Consolidate"
Shipping freight to a central destination where several loads are bound for the same destination are bundled together before shipment."Construction Drawing"
An illustration that gives detailed diagrams and instructions for building an exhibit."Contractor"
A person or company providing services or materials to a trade show and/or exhibitors. See also Official Contractor Exhibitor Appointed Contractor."Corner Booth"
An exhibit space with exposure on at least two aisles."Craftsperson"
A skilled worker providing services at an exposition facility. Also called ""Labor."""Crating List"
An itemized list of a crate's contents."Cross-Aisle"
An aisle at a right angle to a main aisle."Cubic Content"
Literally length x width x height. In reference to booth space the placement of exhibit properties at a height of 8 feet or more above the leased area. Also a measurement used in determining van line shipping costs."Custom Exhibit"
A display designed and constructed to meet the specific needs of an exhibitor."Customhouse Broker"
A person orcompany licensed to process goods or merchandise through Customs."CWT"
""Hundred Weight "" usually about 100 lbs. A measurement used for shipping exhibit properties."D.O.T."
Department of Transportation."D.T. Labor"
Double-Time Labor. Work performed on overtime hours and charged at twice the published rate."D/B/A"
""Doing Business As."""Damage Report"
A report submitted by an exhibitor to a freight company or a drayage contractor listing damage to shipped goods."Dead Man"
Temporary post used during exhibit or booth installation to help support the weight of an overhead structure."Dead Time"
A time period when a worker can not perform duties due to factors beyond his/her control."Declared Value"
A shipper's stated major currency value for a shipment's contents."Decorator"
A person (skilled craftsperson) or company (a contractor) providing services for a trade show and/or its exhibitors."DIM Weight"
Length x Width x Height divided by 194 for domestic shipments; or divided by 166 for international shipments."Directory"
A catalog of basic information about a show including its exhibitors floor plan and event schedule. Also sometimes known as an On-Site Program or Program."Dismantle"
To take apart an exhibit; also known as Take-Down or Teardown."Display Builder"
A person or company which fabricates exhibits."Display Rules & Regulations"
Trade show exhibit construction specifications endorsed by major exhibit industry associations. Also the specific set of rules that apply to a specific exposition."Dock"
A building's platform where freight is loaded and unloaded from vehicles or vessels."Dolly"
A slang term for a low wheeled frame with a platform that is used to carry heavy or cumbersome objects."Double-Decker"
A two-storied exhibit. Also known as a Multiple Story Exhibit."Draper"
A craftsperson who installs drapes fabrics and other special decoration."Drayage"
Movement of show materials from a shipping dock to a booth for exhibit set-up and back to the dock for return shipment upon the end of the exhibition."Drayage Contractor"
A company responsible for handling exhibit materials at a trade show."Drayage Form"
A form sheet completed by an exhibitor requesting handling of materials."Duplex Outlet"
A double socket electrical outlet."DW"
""Deadweight"" (Tons of 2 240 lbs.)."Easel"
A stand for displaying objects."Electrical Contractor"
A company hired by trade show management to provide electrical services to exhibitors."Elevations"
Scaled diagrams depicting front and side views of an exhibit."End Cap"
An exhibit space with aisles on three sides."Est. Wt."
Estimated Weight."Event Marketing"
Personal promotional experiences between customers and companies or exhibitors."Exclusive Contractor"
A contractor chosen by trade show management as the sole provider of the specified services."Exclusive Use"
Rental of a carrier's entire cargo by one specific shipper."Exhibit Appointed Contractor"
A person hired by an exhibitor to perform trade show services independently of show management-appointed contractors. Also known as Independent Contractor or EAC."Exhibit Designer/Producer"
The company responsible for designing and installing exhibit booths."Exhibit Directory"
A printed guide for trade show attendees which lists exhibitors and exhibit locations."Exhibit Hall"
The venue within an exposition center where exhibits are located."Exhibit Manager"
The person supervising a company's exhibit program."Exhibitor Kit"
A package of information containing to the rules regulations and forms in regards to an exhibition provided by trade show management. Also known as a Service Kit."Export"
To send or transport goods or merchandise from one country for sale in another country."Export Broker"
A person or company that brings together buyers and sellers for a fee."Export Management Company"
A business organization that transacts manufacturers' export business for a fee."Export Merchant"
A business organization that buys products directly from outside manufacturers then packages merchandise for resale under its own name."Export Trading Company"
A business organization that buys foreign merchandise for resale its own local market."Exposition Manager"
See Show Manager."Exposition Rules"
The set of regulations governing a given trade show."Fabrication"
The construction of an exhibit."FHC"
A notation on trade show floor plans indicating the locations of fire hose cabinets."Fiber Optics"
Use of cut glass fibers to display colored light(s)."Fire Exit"
A door designated for emergency exit or egress which must be kept clear of any obstructions."Fire Lane"
An aisle set aside for emergency egress that must be kept clear of obstructions."Fire Retardant"
Term describing a special finish which coats materials with a fire-resistant but not fire-proof cover."Floor Manager"
A person representing trade show management who is responsible for the exhibition area."Floor Marking"
Method used to mark booth spaces."Floor Order"
Service order placed after exhibit installation has begun. Compare with Advance Order."Floor Plan"
A map showing size and location of exhibit spaces."Floor Port"
A utility box recessed in the exhibit space floor containing electrical telephone or plumbing connections."Foam Core"
Rigid foam covered with heavy paper stock or cardboard used for mounting signs art etc."Forced Freight"
Exhibit materials left on the trade show floor past the designated time set by show management for carriers to check in for freight consigned to them by their exhibitors shipping materials from an exhibit facility which are redirected or ""forced "" to a pre-assigned carrier who is then responsible for carrying out the terms of the original carrier's bill oflading."Forklift or Forktruck"
Motorized vehicle used to load unload and transport heavy items."Foul Bill of Lading"
A carrier-issued receipt indicating transported merchandise was received in perceived damaged condition. Compare with Clean Bill of Lading."Four Hour Call"
Minimum work period for which union labor must be paid."Free Trade Zone"
A port designated by a country's government for duty-free entry of any non-prohibited goods or merchandise."Freight"
Exhibit properties and other materials shipped for trade show."Freight Desk"
The area where inbound and outbound exhibit materials are processed at a trade show."Freight Forwarder"
A paid contractor who handles shipments and may also act as a carrier or consolidator."Gangway"
An international term referring to an aisle."GATT"
""General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade."" A multilateral treaty meant to reduce trade barriers between signatory countries and to promote trade through tariff concessions."General Contractor"
Trade show management appointed company providing services to an exhibition and/or its exhibitors. Also known as Official Contractor. Compare with Exhibitor Appointed Contractor."Graphic"
A photograph copy panel or artwork applied to a trade show graphic."Grid System"
A network of structrual members electrical conduits and other support systems on a pattern of centers."Hall"
The general term used for an exhibition facility or an exhibit area within a facility."Hand Truck"
A small hand-propelled wheeled vehicle used for transporting small loads."Hard Card"
(1) Work order requesting labor or services. (2) Drayage contractor's record of received or shipped materials."Hard Wire"
Any electrical connection other than receptacle to receptacle."Hardwall"
A type of trade show construction in which walls are made of a solid material rather than fabric."Header"
A sign or other structure placed across the top of an exhibit."High Jacker"
Equipment used to lift people to a given height."Hire"
An international term referring to ""renting"" a service or product."Hold Harmless Clause"
A contractual clause that relieves one party of responsibility in the event of a legal claim."I&D"
Installation and Dismantle [of an exhibit]. Also known as Set Up and Take-Down."ICC"
""Interstate Commerce Commission."""Independent Contractor"
A contractor hired by an exhibitor to perform services independently of trade show management appointed contractors. Also called Exhibitor Appointed Contractor EAC."Infringement"
A trade show exhibitor's unauthorized use of floor space outside of the leased booth area."Inland Bill of Lading"
A contract between a shipper and a transportation company used when transporting goods over land to an exporter's international carrier. Compares with Ocean Bill of Lading Through Bill of Lading."In-Line"
A trade show exhibit constructed in a continuous line along an aisle. Also called Linear Display."Installation"
The process of setting up trade show exhibit properties according to specifications. Also known as Assembly Set Up."Installation & Dismantle"
The set up and take-down of trade show exhibits. Also called I&D."Installation Contractor"
A company responsible for supervising and coordinating workers who set up and take down trade show exhibits."Inventory"
Total amount of equipment available for a trade show."Island Exhibit"
A display with aisles on four sides."Jigged Crate"
A special purpose crate with hardware to set exhibit properties in secure place in order to prevent shifting during shipment."Job Foreman"
A person in charge of supervising/coordinating workers."Junction Box"
A distribution point for electrical power."K.D. [Knockdown]"
A trade show exhibit with separate components that requires on-site assembly."Kit"
See Service Kit."Labor"
Contracted workers who perform services. Also called as Craftpersons."Labor Call"
(1) Method of securing union workers. (2) Specified time for labor to report (such as a 8 a.m. call). (3) Minimum amount for which labor must be paid."Labor Desk"
Exhibit hall location where trade show exhibitors may place orders for labor."Labor Form"
Form used by trade show exhibitors to order labor."Laborer"
The process of bonding two or more substances together."Lead Tracking"
A manual or automated process that seeks to follow up potential sales prospects made during a trade show."Less Than Truckload [LTL]"
Rate charged for freight weighing less than the minimum weight per truckload."Letter of Credit [L/C]"
A document isued by a bank at request of a buyer of goods which authorizes payment of a specifid amount of money to seller when certain terms are met."Liability"
A legal term referring to responsibility for damages or injuries."Light Box"
A enclosure or box containing lighting nderneath a translucent facing material. Used to back-lights signs or graphics applied to the face."Lighting"
The amount or type of illumination in a trade show exhibit or exhibition facility."Linear Display"
A trade show exhibit constructed in a continuous line along an aisle. Also called In-Line."Loading Dock"
An exposition facility platform where freight is received and shipped."Lock-Up"
A secured storage area within an exhibition facility."Logo"
A company's official representational symbol usually comprised of stylized type alone or in conjunction with graphic art."Low Voltage"
A term applied to electrical currents of 24 volts or less usually used in animation and specialty lighting."Manual"
See Service Kit."Marshaling Yard"
A lot where trucks gather for orderly dispatch to a trade show site."Mask"
To cover for painting or protection."Masking Drape"
A cloth used to cover storage or other unsightly or distracting areas."Material Handling Agreement [MHA]"
Agreement between a trade show exhibitor and General Contractor for post-show movement of exhibit materials from their booth space to load dock which specifies the exhibitor's carrier and what to do with exhibit freight in the event that the designated carrier does not arrived before the preset time deadline."Meter"
The metric measure of depth length or width; the most common width for a backwall panel. [1 Meter equals 39.37 inches.]"Modular Exhibit"
An exhibit constructed with interchabngeable parts designed to be set up in various arrangements and sizes."Move-In"
The trade show management specified date for beginning exhibit installation."Move-Out"
The trade show management specified date for dismantling exhibits."Multimedia"
Combining two or more types of audio/visual support in a trade show presentation."N.O.H.M."
""Not Otherwise Herein Provided."""Net Square Footage"
The total amount of leased booth space in an exposition facility."O.R."
""Owner's Risk."""O.T. Labor"
Work performed on overtime hours."Ocean Bill of Lading"
A contract between an exporter and an international carrier for transport of goods or merchandise to a specified foreign market. Compare with Inland Bill of Lading Through Bill of Lading."Official Contractor"
Trade show mangement appointed company which provides services to a trade show and/or its exhibitors. Also called General Contractor. Compare with Exhibitor Appointed Contractor."On-Site"
Reference to the trade show exhibit location. Also called At-Site."On-Site Order"
A floor order placed at a trade show site."Overtime"
Designation of work performed after specified normal working hours. Usually work performed during overtime is charged at a substantially higher rate."P.D."
""Per Diem "" by each day."P.W."
""Packed Weight."""Packing Case"
See Shipping Case."Packing List"
A document prepared by a shipper listing contents of shipment and including other information needed by the carrier."Pad Wrap"
See Blanket Wrap."Padded Van Shipment"
Uncrated goods covered with blankets or other protective padding and then shipped by van line."Pallet"
See Skid."Panel System"
A prefabricated trade show exhibit made of connected rectangular panel of various sizes."Particle Board"
A panel made of compressed glued wood chips."Peg Board"
Trade name for a type of hardboard with perforations at regular intervals usually used for hanging items."Peninsula Display"
A trade show exhibit with aisles on three sides."Perimeter Booth"
A booth space on an outside wall."Pipe & Drape"
Tubing covered with draping fabric to dress up the rails and backwall of a trade show exhibit."Podium"
A demonstration area usually higher than its surrounding floor."Portable Exhibit"
A lightweight trade show display unit that can be moved without a forklift."Power Strip"
A movable unit for multiple electrical outlets."Prefab"
A pre-built trade show exhibit ready for installation."Press Kit"
A package of information and materials created for the media usually a folder containing press releases product announcements sales literature and other materials."Press Release"
Literature submitted to the media for its publication usually announcing news about a product company or an individual."Pro Forma Invoice"
An invoice sent to a buyer prior to shipment of merchandise which provides detail information about items and quantities of goods to be shipped."Producer"
(1) Exhibit Producer: A person or company which designs and/or builds trade show exhibits. (2) Show Producer: A person or company which manages trade shows."Pro-Number"
A carrier-assigned number used to designate a specific shipment."Quad Box"
Four electrical outlets in one utility box."Raceway"
Metal or insulated rubber tubing that channels electrical wires."Rail"
A low wall used to divide trade show exhibits."Rear Illumination"
A technique of lighting that illuminates a translucent image from behind. Also known as Back-Lighting."Rear Projection"
A video technique which projects images on a screen positioned between a projector and an audience."Refurbish"
The process of repairing or reconditioning a trade show exhibit to extend its usage."Relay"
An electrical device that produces programmed effects by interrupting a current flow."Release Forms"
Forms provided by trade show management permitting the removal of materials from an exhibition."Rental Booth"
A complete booth package offered to trade show exhibitors on a lease basis."Return Panels"
Side panels joined perpendicular to a booth's backwall."Rheostat"
A device tht regulates lighting intensity. Also known as a Dimmer Switch."Rigger"
A skilled worker responsible for the handling and assembly of machinery."Right To Work State"
A state where no person can be denied the right to work because of that person's union membership or lack thereof."Riser"
A platform for people or materials."S.T. Labor"
""Straight Time Labor."" Work performed during normal work hours paid at a standard rate. Compare with D.T. Labor Overtime."Schematic Model"
A diagram or graphic in model form."Scissors Lift"
A motorized platform used to lift people to a given height."Scooter"
An electric or gas powered cart used to transport people and materials."Scrim"
Fabric which is opaque when lit from the front and transparent when lit from the rear."Security Cages"
Cages provided to trade show exhibitors for securing materials."Self-Contained Exhibit"
A display that uses a shipping case as an integral part of an exhibit."Service Desk"
The location where trade show exhibitors order services from show contractors."Service Kit"
A packet of trade show related information and order forms provided to exhibitors by show management. Also called Exhibitor Kit."Set Up"
The process of erecting a trade show exhibit from its components. Also called Assembly Installation."Set-Up Drawing"
Drawings which give detailed directions for installing a trade show exhibit."Shipping Case"
A reusable container for transporting exhibit materials."Shipping Crate"
A wooden container for transporting exhibit materials which may be built for single use or custom built for extended reuse."Show Break"
Time specified for closing an exhibition and beginning the dismantling of exhibits."Show Decorator"
A person or company responsible for providing draping carpeting and signage for the trade show and its exhibitors."Show Manager"
The organizer/operator of a trade show exposition."Show Office"
The show management's office at a trade show exhibition."Show Photographer"
The trade show management's appointed photographer."Show Producer"
A person or company that manages trade shows including leasing the exhibition facility hiring official contractors and promoting the show."Show Rules"
The general rules and regulations governing a specific trade show."Shrink Wrap"
A process which seals exhibit materials in protective transparent plastic foil; for security purposes an opaque foil is often used."Side Rail"
A low divider wall usually pipe and drape that divides one exhibit space from anoher."Sign Standard"
A frame on a stand in which a sign can be inserted for display."Silk Screen"
A method of creating graphics with a reusable stencil."Skid"
A low wooden frame that supports heavy objects or groups of materials for easier handling and transit. Usually used as a platform for objects moved by forklift. Also called a Pallet."Skirting"
Decorative covering around tables and risers."Smoker"
A lowered portion of a ceiling."Space"
The area occupied by a trade show exhibitor in the exhibition hall."Space Rate"
The cost per square foot of a trade show exhibit area."Special Handling"
Applies to exhibit shipments requiring extra labor equipment or time for delivery to a trade show exhibit space."Spotlight"
A lamp that provides a defined circle of light."Staging Area"
A location used for demonstrations or a location set aside for consolidating show materials in advance of their final destination."Stanchions"
Posts used to support signage or other elevated objects."Stand"
European term for Booth."Stock Exhibits"
A redesigned display modified for a particular use by a trade show exhibitor."Subcontractor"
A person or company retained by a general contractor to provide services."T & M"
See Time & Materials."T.L."
""Truckload."""Table Top Display"
A trade show exhibit designed for use on the top of a tabl or similar surface."Talent"
A person or company hired to work in a trade show exhibit to greet visitors demonstrate products or stage a performance."Target Date"
A date set by trade show management for arrival of freight at an exhibition. Usually shipments received before or after this date are assessed a penalty charge."Tariff Rates"
Shipping charges for various kinds of cargo."Teardown"
The dismantling of a trade show exhibit. Also known as Take-Down."Telescopic Pipe"
Tubing in which one section slides inside another. Used to support drapes."Terminal"
Freight handling or dock area."Three Wire"
Electrical cable with a continuous ground wire in addition to a positive nd negative charged wire."Time & Materials"
A form of billing in which a consumer is charged for labor costs [time] and materials."Tow Motor"
See Forklift."Trade Fair"
Broadly used as an international term for an exposition."Trade Show"
An exposition related to a particular industry or group which usually open only the members of that group."Traffic Flow"
Movement of visitors through an exposition or exhibit."Transient Space"
Short-term rental space."Twist Lock"
A type of electrical plug that connects by twisting together."U.L."
""Underwriters Laboratory."" A professional organization that grants electrical rating."U.S.S.G."
""United States Standard Gauge."""U/W"
An organization of workers or laborers formed for the purpose of protecting their rights and increasing bagaining power with an employer on issues such as wages hours and benefits."Union Steward"
An on-site labor official elected by coworkers to oversee a particular union's work in a facility and to resolve any disputes over labor jurisdiction. Alo known as a Shop Steward."V.A.T."
""Value Added Tax."" A state levy that has been added to the overall price of a product reflecting its value added to the product by processing."Valance"
An overhead banner or sign typically used as a light baffle."Velcro"
Trade name for fabric fastener or closure made with two components hooks and loops. The two components adhere when pressed together and separate when pulled apart allowing for repeated use."W/B"
""Waybill."" A document issued by a carrier giving details and instructions pertaining to shipment of a consignment of goods. Typically a waybill will show names of the consignor and consignee; the point of origin of the consignment; its destination route and method of shipment; and the amount charged for carriage. Unlike a Bill of Lading/AWB which includes much of the same data a waybill is not a contractual document."Wallboard"
A construction product used for temporary panels."Warehouse Receipt"
A form issued by a warehouse indicating that goods are received for storage."Waste Removal"
The removal of trash from an area or building."Wharfage"
A charge assessed for handling cargo at a pier."Work Rules"
Regulations that specify conditions of a craftperson's labor including working hours and pay structure."Work Time"
The period of paid time which begins when craftpersons are turned over to a trade show exhibitor and ends when they are released by the exhibitor."Canadian Customs Invoice"
A Canada Customs Invoice is a form or document, required by Canadian Customs officials to verify the value, quantity, and nature of the shipment, describing the shipment of goods and showing information such as the consignor, consignee, and the value of the shipment."C.E.R.F"
Cost Estimate Request Form- Clients are asked to fill this form out to accurately build a cost estimate. Data fields have been designed to collect all necessary data."Commercial Invoice"
The commercial invoice is the official document used to communicate between an exporter and importer. The purpose is to document and communicate, the origin, contents, HTS codes and commercial value of a shipment. A commercial invoice is required to contain specific information. Exhibit Transport has provided a blank commercial invoice for your use. If you have a company commercial invoice, we are happy to review it to make sure it includes the required information."Credit Application"
A Credit Application is required to apply for and set up an account with Exhibit Transport. You may choose to pay by credit card, wire transfer, or if approved for terms, by company check."Credit Card Authorization Form"
This form collects the information and authorization to charge specific invoice(s) to a credit card."Customs Power of Attorney"
A Customs broker must have a valid power of attorney on file for the principal party in order to process your customs entry."DOU (Document of Understanding)"
This is a project management document that is used to describe and outline the use of all other documents and tools. This should be the first item a client receives once an order has been booked, no work can begin prior to the document of understanding being signed by both Exhibit Transport and the client."Exhibit Transport Terms and Conditions"
These are the general terms and conditions of doing business with Exhibit Transport. The client is is assumed to agree to these terms and conditions unless otherwise documented and agreed upon."FOB (freight on board)"
Freight is on board the transit carrier and is en route to its destination."NFO"
Next Flight Out"Power of Attorney"
Power of Attorney, authorizes Exhibit Transport Inc., the Forwarding Agent, to act for and on its behalf as a true and lawful agent and attorney of the U.S. Principal Party (client)."Shippers Export Declaration"
The Shippers Export Declaration is used by the U.S. Census Bureau for compiling the official U.S. export statistics for the United States and for export control purposes. The "S.E.D." is generally only required for shipments exceeding $2,500.00 in commercial value. Exhibit Transport will help you determine whether or not an S.E.D. is needed, and will process it on your behalf by completing your AES Filing electronically.