Combined Transport Document

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Combined Transport Document

Summary of Combined Transport Document

A bill of lading issued by a combined transport operator (read this and related legal terms for further details) covering shipment of goods by more than one mode of transport. The document specifies the point at which the goods are taken up for carriage and the place of delivery.

(Main Author: William J. Miller)

Combined Transport Document (CTD) in International Trade

Meaning of Combined Transport Document (CTD), according to the Dictionary of International Trade (Global Negotiator): A transport document indicating more than one mode of transportation. For example:

A received for shipment (marine B/L) indicating that pre-carriage from an inland originating point as well as main carriage transport were handled by main carrier.

An air waybill showing than pre-carriage from the shipment originating point as well as main carriage were handled by the main carrier.

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