The corresponding bill of lading is code named Sovconroundbill.
The Japan Shipping Exchange, Inc. Charter Party for Logs 1967. Code name Nanyozai 1967.
See also: BIMCO (Baltic and International Maritime Council) International Association of Independent Tanker Owners (INTERTANKO)
Reservations made by a shipper or his agent with a carrier for the carriage of certain defined goods from a place of loading to a place of discharging. To reserve space in this way is to book space.The document containing the terms and conditions of the contract between a shipper and a shipping line is called the booking note or liner booking note; this document is superseded by the bill of lading when this is established. An example of a liner booking note is the Conlinebooking, published by the Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO). It is signed by both principals to the contract and contains:
—the names of the parties, that is, the carrier and his agents and the party representing cargo interests;
—the vessel’s name and approximate time for shipment; —the loading and discharging ports; —the description of the cargo; —the freight rate and where/when freight is payable; —the rate of demurrage if applicable; and —any special terms.