Combined Transport Bill of Lading (FBL)

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A document used for the transport of goods involving multiple modes of transportation.

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What is a Combined Transport Bill of Lading (FBL)?

A Combined Transport Bill of Lading (FBL) is a transport document used in shipping that covers the transportation of goods using multiple modes of transport, such as truck, train, and ship, under a single contract of carriage. The FBL serves as a receipt for goods and a carriage contract, outlining the terms and conditions of the shipment and specifying the responsibilities of the carrier and shipper. It is commonly used for intercontinental transport where goods are moved across different countries and transportation modes. 

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