A container loaded, completely or almost, to its maximum weight limit or cubic content.
A shipment that is large enough, either by volume or weight, to fill an entire container. The opposite of "full container load" is "less than full container load" (LCL). Abbreviation: FCL. Synonym: container load.
An exclusive container for a single shipment only.
(FCL) - See " Container Load."
A container carrying your belongings exclusively, with specified move dates as agreed with your mover.
In operational terms, FCL (full container load) container is when a consignment takes up all the container space of a standard container equipment for shipping.
This term is used when you have the sole use of a container, even if it is not full. It is for your exclusive use and you can therefore plan and book the transportation dates according to your customer requirements. Also called FCL.
A container that has been specifically assigned to one shipper.
A term used when goods occupy a whole container.
A delivery of cargo that fills a given container either by bulk or maximum weight.
Abbreviation: FCL A container stuffed or stripped under risk and for account of the shipper and/or the consignee. A general reference for identifying container loads of cargo loaded and/or discharged at merchants' premises.
A container filled by a shipper or consolidator and used exclusively for their own cargo.
A container, usually a steamship cargo container carrying household goods exclusively. Containers come in many sizes. See Exclusive Use of Vehicle.