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Is a bill of lading required for private truck fleets?
Some sort of shipping papers are required.Mr. Blakely's answer makes sense, but one of the nation's larger truck fleets, a parcel fleet (the one that's not UPS or the post office), gives us papers that say only how many parcels are in each trailer, how much they weigh, which hub we came from and where and when they'll next be sorted. There's a plastic envelope that contains the hazmat slips if the trailer contains such. But no other indication of what we've got.It amazes me that this is acceptable at a level 3 inspection or the California Agricultural inspection stations at the state lines, but it is.Of course we don't ask the millions of shippers “what's in the box?” so it would be difficult to prinformation we don't have.
How do I get access to public bill of lading databases from Customs and Border Protection?
As stated in the previous answer, this information is not available to the general public.  Here is what CBP says:How can I get information about who is importing or exporting various commodities?Importer names on entry documents are confidential and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) does not disclose names of importers to the public. However, there are a number of private sector media services that are permitted by the privacy statute, 19 CFR 103.31 (d), to collect manifest data at every port of entry. Reporters collect and publish names of importers from vessel manifest data unless an importer/shipper requests confidentiality.Please be aware that there is a subscription charge for this information.Among the companies that prthis information service are the Journal of Commerce's PIERS database and Ealing Market Data Engineering Co.
How do Airway Bill and Bill of Lading differ?
Both Bill of Lading (B/L) and Waybill are among the most important documents in international trade. The key difference between a B/L and a Waybill is that a waybill does not convey title. The cargo named on the waybill can be released only to the named consignee and no original documents are required.Airway bill is a document of proof of receipt issued by air carrier of goods to shipper on receipt of goods for on carriage. Where as bill of lading is a document of proof of receipt issued by sea carrier of goods to shipper on receipt of goods for on carriage.
What is the liability of a carrier under the US law if they took the cargo from the shipper by mistake (they were not named in the bill of lading) and then destroyed it without informing the shipper?
The question lacks sufficient detail to even guess at an answer. Cargo is not normally destroyed by a carrier unless it is required by local authorities or cannot be auctioned off. In addition, a substantial amount of time has usually elapsed before a carrier would take such an action. If the cargo was booked through a forwarder, it’s possible the carrier may be held blameless if they acted in good faith and exercised due diligence. Many forwarders/OTI’s have E&O insurance- and one may also file a complaint with the FMC-or more likely, after consulting an admiral attorney, look for remedy at a suitable venue in court.
How much would it cost to build a life-sized aircraft carrier out of LEGO elements?
Update from great comments:  I was a poor physicist in not making initial assumptions stated explicitly.  1) I am just scaling up a known model built of legos to the same size as the Intrepid.2) This calculation does not include bulkheads, and interior structures as they were in the original.  The model is built around a lego scaffold as illustrated in a picture in reference [2]3) There was no assumption of price breaks built into bulk ordering of legos.4)  I pulled the $10 an hour for labor off the top of my head for unskilled labor stacking legos.  In a "full size" version, engineering teams would be needed to map out the lego placement, number, type, etc..etc..  These times are not built in.[1] http://scienceblogs.com/dotphysi... Using this article for pricing per block, we can look at it as a range of cost of just material.  Low end of cost is $0.054 per piece to lets say $0.15 per piece.[2] http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/... This one is 22ft long and made of 250,000 pieces and 600 hours.This would equate to approximately $13,500 for materials at the low end and $37,500 at the higher end.  Likely falling somewhere in the middle to account for the specialty pieces and the cheaper pieces.  If we price the gentleman's time at  $10 an hour, this makes it a clean $6,000 in labor.  Factors I am not including, travel back and forth to buy the legos, overhead of electric, etc.. The real intrepid was 872 feet long.[3]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS... A little math later, if assume the number of pieces scales linearly 9,909,090 pieces would be required, costing between $535,090 and $1,486,363 in legos.Time is usually not linear in these sorts of projects, but lets assume it is.  23,781 hours would be required.Using reference [1] again. "I left off two points on this histogram. In the first 100 items, there was a piece that was $4.25 and there was a piece that was $0.54 (I left them off because they made the chart look odd). Including those two points, the average price per piece for the first 100 was $0.1795 with a standard deviation of $0.4238." The price could be $1,778,682 +/- ~$4.2 Million.Update:  I thought about this for a bit and I think a better solution is using the displacement of the ship and making an assumption about the materials involved in the ships construction.  I am assuming 100% steel, and I know this is wrong, but I couldn't find a histogram of the materials used.  I suspect the steel component is 90-95% of the mass.Lego = ABS Plastic = 1.05 g/cc =2.5 grams mass per standard brickSteel Hull = ~7.4-7.8 g/cc Displacement of Intrepid at standard condition is 27,100 tons.[3]1 ton = 1,016,000 gramsA little math later~ 1,482,293,405 lego bricks to equal displacement if built of lego's as opposed to steel.~$252 Million dollar in legos @ $0.17 a piece
Do truck drivers needs to keep bills of lading? My wife was hit by one and the company is refusing to produce the bill of lading.
Yes and no. The bills of lading are required for 3 reasons:1) It details what you are carrying, how much it weighs as well as it’s origin and destination and if it is Hazmat material. This is important because if stopped by the state police or local authorities you are required to produce this information or face disciplinary actions2) You need this information to give to the customer that you are delivering it too. You will be refused if you don’t have it.3) You need the bill of lading to get paid. After you have delivered your loads for the day or the week (in most cases) you scan them and fax them to your company to get credit / paid for delivering the load.When I use to drive I’d be out all week and I would fax the paperwork each night after I made all of my pick ups and deliveries for the day and then I would keep the paperwork in a file for a few weeks to make sure I got paid and that there were no issues with the delivery.He should have been able to produce the paperwork. Your wife should’ve called the state police during the accident in order to get the necessary information. She may still want to contact them to see if they can offer any assistance in the matter.
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