Cargo is a term used to denote freight, goods or produce being transported generally for commercial gain, usually on a ship, plane, train or lorry or by sea, land or air. Nowadays containers are used in all intermodal long-haul cargo transport.

Standby Cargo is described as a cargo with special low rate which is loaded on board a flight only when remaining space is available; cargo booked for a flight but already available for and/or requested to leave on a earlier flight which was already fully booked upon booking. The cargo is standby for this earlier flight.

-see also:
"Cargo" is in the NACE Code "63.1"
  Cargo handling and storage

"Cargo" is in the ISIC Code "6301"
  Cargo handling

"Cargo" is in the NAICS Code "48832"
  Marine Cargo Handling

"Cargo" is in the CPC Code "671"
  Cargo handling services

"Cargo" is in the HS Code "8901"
  Cruise Ships, Excursion Boat s, Ferry-Boats, Cargo Ships, Abrdes And Similar Vessels For The Transpor

"Cargo" is in the UNSPSC Code "24102101"
  Cargo handling equipment

"Cargo" is in the NACE Code "63.11"
  Cargo handling

"Cargo" is in the ISIC Code "6301"
  Cargo handling

Ref: 120915/2006-09-19


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