Charges that are applied to the base tariff rate or base contract rate, e.g., bunkers, container, currency, destination/delivery.
Insurance which pays benefits in the event of an accident. Items typically covered are medical.
Insurance which pays a lump sum in the event of death of the insured being caused by an.
Place where crew is accommodated.
The portable steps from the gangway down to the waterline.
A winch designed specifically for lowering、retaining and hoisting an accommodation ladder, and having a rope storage drum.
Fitted with cabins and catering facilities for offshore crews. Semisubmersible accommodation units are ofte called "Flotels".
(AMPS)In the US, this system provides access to information helpful to the NYSE staff in managing.
Also 'account payee only'. Words written on the face of a cheque between two parallel diagonal.
A statement by a commodity broker to a client when a futures transaction is closed out. Sometimes.
The date to which accounts are made up for a company. When a company is incorporated, it will.
(ASB)UK body that sets accounting standards. A subsidiary body of the Financial Reporting.
Amounts owed by an organisation or individual to another for goods or services it has.
Amounts due to an organisation or individual from another for goods or services it has.
Growth of a cloud or precipitation particle by the collision and union of a frozen particle with a super-cooled water drop.
A term used in company accounts where income is due or a cost is incurred during an accounting.
The rate of build-up of a pension in a scheme where the calculation is based on salary. The accrual.
Benefits earned by an employee in respect of his/her pension based on years of service with his/her.
Automatic Control system Certified for Unattended engine room.
A dividend which is due to holders of cumulative preference shares but which has not yet been paid. .
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