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Freight and Logistics Glossary

Incoterms®? SWPM? Duty drawback? These are just a few of the acronyms or terms that importers must be aware of that impact them when shipping goods into the United States. For a list of some of the most commonly-used terms that are heard around the industry, click the link to check our glossary of terminology.

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Calculators and Conversion Charts

While the United States operates on the Imperial system, the rest of the world is metric. Need help converting inches to millimeters? We've got a handy resource for that. Trying to calculate how much volume a shipment takes up and whether or not to go LCL or FCL is important for determining landed cost. Click the link for our useful container resource chart to compare container sizes and to determine the correct size container for your shipment. Remember, a 20' container doesn't cost half as much to ship as a 40' container - so it is important to choose wisely when ordering and calculating shipping costs.

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New Customer Documents

In order to expedite the process of bringing on a new customer, we have put the documents necessary here online to be downloaded, completed and returned to Camelot. Click this link for mandatory documents to engage Camelot such as the Customs power of attorney, a customer application and our ISF template.

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Industry Links

Bookmark our Industry Links page as a gateway to all the public and private links an importer needs to keep themselves informed, connected and aware of the fluid changes with regulatory agencies. Some of these resources are public, others are subscription-based. For more information or a referral to the subscription-based services like Customs Record or International Trade Today, ask Camelot.

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Incoterms®

First published by the ICC in 1936, Incoterms® rules provide internationally accepted definitions and rules of interpretation for most common commercial terms used in contracts for the sale of goods.