Logistics Dictionary

Warehouse (Warehouse): A closed or open place where goods and cargo are stored.

Partial Transportation: The method of transporting goods or products with different recipients in the same transportation vehicle (container, aircraft, truck, truck, van or wagon).

Transshipment: Loading the transported cargo onto another vehicle if necessary.

Consignee: The party receiving the cargo.

Bonded Warehouse: A type of commercial warehouse close to customs premises where goods subject to customs duty but not yet paid taxes and duties are protected and where minor complementary operations are carried out if necessary.

A.T.A. Carnet: Within the scope of the International Temporary Import Convention (Istanbul Convention) and its Annexes, customs documents that enable the temporary import and export of goods between the party countries without the need for any other document.

CMR (Convention Marchandise Routier): An international agreement that binds the principles of truck transportation to certain standards.

CMR Document: The CMR is a road transport document. Under this document, all terms and conditions of the international CMR Convention are deemed to be accepted. Possession of the document means that all transportation operations are carried out according to the CMR agreement.

Packing List: A list issued by the seller indicating the type and number of goods contained in the parcel.

Distribution Channel: The physical routes through which goods pass from the producer to the consumer.

Distribution Center: The location of products to be redistributed to retailers, wholesalers or directly to consumers.

Dozvola (Transit Document): It is a document issued for vehicles to pass in quota agreements between countries in bilateral road transportation transactions.

Handling: It is the method used in the customs custody of incoming or outgoing goods in the customs, without changing their properties and without damaging them, differentiating their places, putting them in different containers or shapes, transferring them, repairing or renewing the outer container of the goods, ventilating the goods, mixing them.

Gabari: Generally, the measure indicating the highest height of the load, which is required for road vehicles to pass under a bridge or similar place comfortably.

Fleet Management: The branch that ensures the management of vehicles, equipment, infrastructure and garage systems in logistics companies in an orderly manner.

Frigo Transportation: It is the name of transportation with vehicles with adjustable coolers from -18 °C to -26 °C.

Customs Declaration: A document filled out in accordance with the customs legislation in exports and submitted to the customs administration after approval by the relevant exporter association.

Supply: It is the in-warehouse transfer process carried out to ensure the availability of the material in different packaging formats and/or storage locations during the storage process.

Intermodal Transportation: Transportation of cargo using more than one mode of transportation without handling the cargo itself.

Complete Transportation: It is the transportation method in which the entire vehicle or container is filled by a single shipper.

L2 Authorization Certificate: It is a certificate given to real and legal taxpayers who will carry out international and domestic logistics operations for commercial purposes.

Freight: Freight has two meanings. The first is the whole of the goods taken on board to transport from one place to another. The second meaning is the fee requested by the carrier for the cargo to be transported on its ship.

Summary Declaration: It is the declaration of the goods that will enter the Turkish Customs Territory before arriving at the entry customs office and the goods that will leave the customs office before leaving the exit customs office.

Panelvan: Light commercial vehicles manufactured for transporting cargo by placing cargo inside a 3- to 5-meter closed chassis hollow vehicle.

R2 Certificate: It is a document issued to real and legal persons who will carry out international and domestic transportation for commercial purposes.

Shipment Waybill: It is the name given to the document issued for the transportation of a good sold or about to be sold from the workplace to the address to be transported.

SRC Certificate: It is the document needed for people with a driver's license (Driver's License) to drive commercial vehicles.

Supalan It is the inspection of the goods on the vehicle without being unloaded into the warehouse and delivery to the owner.

Supply Chain: The system of organizations, people, technology, activities and resources that covers the movement of the product or service from the producer to the consumer and within this process.

Receiving: It is when the company official officially receives the material from the authorized personnel making the delivery.

Tonnage: The amount in tons of the load that a vehicle can take, the weight it can carry.