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Best Practice in Shipping Course

The course is so designed for the executives ready to take the challenge to succeed in this fierce competitive world of Shipping , freight Forwarding and ,to stay ahead of the competition both in knowledge based skills and industry related techniques.

The ever-evolving world of shipping and concomitated world of freight movement demands the young executives to keep learning and keeping abreast with what’s happening in the vast world of shipping

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WHO should attend:

  • This program is for Officers and Executives engaged with Shipping Main lines
  • Young officers and managers employed with N V O C C operators
  • Executives from the Freight Forwarding fraternity
  • Officers and Executives with 3 PL companies
  • It also caters to young Entrepreneurs eager to venture into the Shipping and Freight world
  • Young graduates who have completed their college education and now venturing into the job market

Course Objectives:

The course objectives: –

  • Acquire the skills required to handle the science of cargo flow management
  • Understand the process of Global trade
  • Engage and understand about the key documents that drive the process of moving freight between the various components of Trade
  • Understand the Duties and Obligations of the exporter, importer and the Shipping lines
  • Skill up to be the smart marketing and or Sales professional in the Logistics and Shipping industry

What you will gain:

  • Empower with skills to handle the process of handling freight
  • Understand the risk and liabilities of the Carriers
  • Know the process of marketing and sales
  • Understand the process related to Thermal – Reefer containers
  • Understand Flexi tank
  • Know about the Liner Bill of lading
  • Understand the freight Forwarders Bill of lading
  • All about VGM

Course Outline:

1.1 Ocean Bill of lading
1.2 MTD – Multimodal Bill of lading
1.3 Master Bill of lading
1.4 House Bill of Lading
1.5 Swithch Bill of lading
1.6 Service Bill of Lading
1.7 Freight Forwarders Bill of lading
1.8 NVOCC Bill of Lading
1.9 Service Bill of Lading
1.10 Commercial Invoice
1.11 Packing List
1.12 Certificate of Origin
1.13 Certificate of Origin
1.14 VGM



2.1 Introduction to INCOTERMS
2.2 Four groups of INCOTERMS
2.3 Risk management spectrum
2.5 INCOTERMS Buyers and sellers Responsibilities
2.6 Documentary credit – What and Why
2.7 Letter of Credit
2.8 Settlement of International Transactions


3.1 Marketing v/s Sales
3.2 The Sales Force
3.3 The Other sales Channels
3.4 Public relations & advertising
3.5 Electronic Freight Market
3.6 Market Information and market research
3.7 Quality Management
3.8 Measuring non conformance
3.9 Total Quality management
3.10 Business development
3.11 Forecasting the volume of business & revenue
3.12 Entering an competitive market


4.1 History of Containerisation
4.2 An ISO Container
4.3 Classification of an ISO Container
4.4 ISO Markings & CSC Plate
4.5 Stowage factor in containers
4.6 Types of Containers
4.7 Reefer Container
4.8 Flexi Tank
4.9 Major shipping routes
4.10 Form and Structure of a Cargo ship
4.11 Container Ship Operations , tackle and Gears
4.12 Port & Terminals Infrastructure


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