The（ ）is the person or company who has concluded a contract with the shipper for carriage of goods by sea.
Under the trade term CIP, the( ) must contract for the cargo transportation insurance.
The terms “middle” of a month in the letter of credit shall be construed as( )
A.the 1st to the 10th
B.the 11th to the 20th
C.the 5th to the 15th
D.the 21st to the 30th
（ ）is defined as loss arising in the consequence of extraordinary and intentional sacrifice made, or expenses incurred, for the common safety of the ship and cargo.
Which of the following risks is not covered by the All Risks coverage of marine cargo transportation insurance? ( )
( )means that a charterer hires a ship for a particular voyage．
( ) are those covering shipment between direct ports of loading and discharge.
A.Shipped bills of lading
B.Clean bills of lading
C.Straight bills of lading
D.Direct bills of lading
When one of the original bills of lading was surrendered to the carrier，the others became( )．
The total costs of providing the service of transportation consist of fixed costs and ( )
C.costs of repairs
D.costs of crew
Which of the following trade terms may be used for any mode of transport, including multimodal transport( )
Mate’s receipt is issued by the forwarder to the shipper .（ ）
The CFR term can be used only for sea and inland waterway transport．（ ）
FOB means that the seller delivers when the goods pass the ship’s rail at the named port of discharge．（ ）
A delivery order is issued by the carrier or his agent to enable the consignee or his agent to take delivery of the cargo from the vessel.（ ）
To unite the freight forwarding industry worldwide is one of FIATA’s main objectives. （ ）
Insurance contract is essentially a contract between the insurer and the insured．（ ）
Under the voyage chartering，the shipowner is responsible for the fixed running expenses as well as for the voyage expenses．（ ）
Fumigation ordered because of illness of the crew under time chartering shall be for charterer’s account．（ ）
Shipper is the person who has concluded a contract with the carrier for carriage of goods．（ ）
Normally tramp rates fluctuate with market conditions of supply and demand．（ ）
The following services( ) are performed by the forwarder on behalf of the exporter.
B.pack the goods
C.export customs clearance
D.import customs clearance.
The All Risks of marine cargo transportation insurance covers risks of ( )
A.war and strike
C.inherent vice of goods
D.stranding of ship
Multimodal transport has the advantages such as ( )
A.providing faster transit of goods
B.reducing cost of exports
D.reducing the burden of documentation and formalities
The following trade terms( )can be used only for sea or inland waterway transport．
When the forwarder pack the goods on behalf of exporter, he should consider the( )
A.mode of transport
B.nature of the goods
C.quantity of the goods
D.quality of the goods
Under CMR convention, the carrier is responsible for（ ）.
A.the acts of his agent
B.any wrongful act of the consignor
C.inherent vice of the goods
D.the act of his servants
FIATA has created several documents and forms，they are( )．
The Air Waybill serves as（ ）.
A.a document of title to the goods
B.a contract for transportation
C.a receipt and delivery of shipment
D.a convention for air transport
Normally the marine bill of lading has three functions, namely( )
A.evidence of the contract of carriage
B.a receipt of goods
C.a document of title to the goods
D.the contract of carriage
Under a time charter party, the charterer pays for（ ）.
D.wages of crew