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This word search contains the following answers:

CLEARANCE
OPERATIONS
ALISSTA
PORT
SEABOARD
VESSEL
AIRCRAFT
AIRWAY
CONTAINER
WAREHOUSING
REPACKING
TIME
RELEASE
SAIL
SHIPMENT
ARRIVAL
DELIEVRY
JESSICA
LUCILLE
RYAN
DANNY
LATESHA
SAMANTHA
INTERNATIONAL
CAYMAN
MIAMI
CONSOLIDATION
CARGO
BROKERAGE
CUSTOMS
FREIGHT
OCEAN
SHOPAMERICA
YELLOW
COURIER
SERVICE
EXCEPTIONAL
ACCOUNTS
SMILE
LOGISTICS

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SAILING Word Search

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This word search contains the following answers:

SUNFISH
LIFEJACKET
STARBOARD
PORT
STERN
DECK
MASTRING
BOW
RUDDER
MAST
GASKET
HIKINGSTICK
SAIL
SHEET
HALYARD
CLAMCLEAT
SAILCLIP
HULL
DAGGERBOARD
TILLER
BOOM

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Sydney Airport Word Search

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This word search contains the following answers:

Aviation
British Airways
Curfew
Runways
Radar
Rest Rooms
Restaurants
Annoucements
Flights
Etihad Airways
Air Ambulance
Blu Emu
Car Park
Virgin Australia
Jetstar
Security
Singapore Airlines
Gates
Arrivals
Fast Foods
Plane Spotting
Sheps Mound
Control Tower
International Terminal
Domestic Terminal
Accomodation
Airlines
Lounge
Emirates
Baggage
Cargo
Qantas
Freight Terminal
Departures

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Intelligent Logistics Word Search

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This word search contains the following answers:

Invoice
Airplane
Cartage
Container
Customer
Dedicated
Economy
Expedited
Expert
Forwarding
Freight
Logistics
Ocean
Proactive
Service
team
Timely
Transpacific
Truckload
Unparalleled
Warehouse

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TRANSPORTATION, DISTRIBUTION AND LOGISTICS Word Search

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This word search contains the following answers:

OPPORTUNITIES
MARITIME
INVENTORY
TRANSPORT
CUSTOM BROKERS
CERTIFICATIONS
FORKLIFT
SUPPLY CHAIN SUPPLY
TARIFFS
YARD
PILOT
FREIGHT
LOGISTICS
TRANSPORTATION
DISTRIBUTION
CRANE
RORO
EXPORT
IMPORT
WAREHOUSE
CUSTOMS

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Logistics Extra Credit Crossword

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Crossword
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This crossword contains the following questions and answers:

Fastest most costliest form of transportation Air
Primary product moved by pipeline Oil
A form or method of transporting items Mode of Transportation
Service Characteristic - the ability to service any possible location Availability
Type of carrier who has specific contracts with a limited number of shippers Contract
Warehouses used to store an assortment of products to meet customer requirements Distribution Center
The number of miles of gas pipelines Sixteen
Most economical form of land transportation Rail
Most frequent mode of transportation Truck
Moves large bulk items using inland waterways Barge
Carrier term used to move less than 15,000 pounds LTL
Exploring the use of drones within 10 miles of DC's - Company Amazon
Largest railroad company in US Union Pacific
Service Characteristic - the ability to handle any type of product and/or size of load Capability
Free trade agreement between Mexico, Canada and the US NAFTA
An indirect tax imposed by the government of a nation on goods imported during international trade Duties
Carriers who own and operate transportation equipment to transport their OWN product Private
Combining shipments from a number of sources into one larger shipment going to a single location. Consolidation
MTV Video of the year in 1987 Sledgehammer
Percentage of airline industry revenue generated by air freight fifteen
Mode of transportation used for bulk items and commodity items from Asia to the US OceanFreight
Products involving multiple modes of transportation Intermodal
The sum of all product and logistics related costs TotalLandedCost
First private package delivery company in US UPS
Service Characteristic - the variance in the expected delivery time and actual delivery time Dependability
Government agency created to strengthen the security of the nation's transportation systems while ensuring the freedom of movement for people and commerce TSA
Carrier type that provide services to the public Common
Larger than Walmart in the 1980's KMart
Splitting a large shipment into individual orders and arranging for local delivery to customers Breakbulk
A facility where products are received, sorted, sequenced and selected into loads consistent with customer's needs is a _____________________________ point Transshipment

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L O G I S T I C S Worksheet

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This matching worksheet contains the following questions and answers:

Pearson whose job is moving goods on and off ships. DOCKER
Take goods to the person who ordered them. DELIVER
Supply ............. Management CHAIN
Metal box being used for a transport of the packaged cargo. CONTAINER
The motor vehicle intended for the carriage of cargo. LORRY
Device popularly called the lift, ranked among the biggest working machines. CRANE
Repacking and the shipment directly from the magazine to the recipient without additional storing goods. CROSS-DOCKING
A period of time by which something is late or postponed DELAY
Little vehicle designed for reloading goods, equipped with the lift. FORKLIFT
Easily broken, shattered, or damaged; delicate. FRAGILE
A person who organises the carriage of cargo. FORWARDER
a raised platform, intended for the transfer operation and storing goods. PALLET
Point of ....... ORIGIN
Something that is shipped. SHIPMENT
A large van or wagon pulled by an automobile, truck, or tractor, used especially in hauling freight by road. TRAILER
A craft for traveling on water, now usually one larger than an ordinary rowboat; a ship or boat. VESSEL
A building, or a part of one, for the storage of goods, merchandise, etc. WAREHOUSE
ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING – planowanie zasobów przedsiębiorstwa ERP
A person who transports determined goods for the relevant recipients. SUPPLIER
A government building or office, as at a seaport, for collecting customs, clearing vessels, etc. CUSTOM-HOUSE
Goods which are transported. CARGO
the wheeled vehicles of a railroad, including locomotives, freight cars, and passenger cars. ROLLING STOCK
POD - Point of ............. DELIVERY
FULL ........ LOAD TRUCK
The line that separates one country, state, province, etc., from another. BORDER
..... of goods; ..... of information; ..... of money FLOW

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Logistics Word Play Worksheet

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Matching Worksheet
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This matching worksheet contains the following questions and answers:

The return trip of a truck transporting cargo or freight. It may be a return to the origin of the freight hauled in which the carrier is willing to offer a discount to secure freight for the trip. Backhaul
This term refers to wood or other supports used to keep shipments in place on trailers or in containers throughout the shipping process. This technique is widely used by expert shippers to secure their freight shipment. Learn the best practices for blocking and bracing. Blocking and bracing
When the shipper and receiver are not aware of one another, the freight shipment is called a blind shipment. In such cases, the bill of lading lists the party that paid for the shipment as the shipper or receiver of the freight shipment. Blind Shipment
This is a rail shipping term that refers to a frame with wheels on which a container is mounted for over-the-road transport. Bogie
A brokerage license is a legally required document that a broker obtains in order to have the ability to make land, sea and air freight shipping arrangements. Brokerage licenses are different for both transportation and customs. To make sea shipping arrangements, an NVOCC (Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier) license is required. To make air shipping arrangements, an IAC (Indirect Air Carrier) license is required and obtained through the International Air Transport Association. Brokerage License
A rail shipping term that refers to a frame with wheels and locking devices to secure a container during shipping. Chassis
An integral part of supply chain management, inbound freight are shipments coming from vendors. Inbound Freight
The total amount of time from freight being picked up to freight being delivered. Transit Time
When freight is shipped using two or more modes of transportation. Intermodal transportation typically refers to truck-rail-truck shipments but may also include truck to air shipping or truck to ship in the event freight is being shipped overseas. Learn more about intermodal shipping. Intermodal Transportation
The approximate time a truck, train or shipment is expected to arrive at a location. ETA
A document used to establish that a shipment is received in full. POD
A legal document that lists the details of a shipment in the form of a receipt given by the carrier to the person consigning the goods. BOL
Driving a tractor without a trailer attached Bobtail/Bobtailing
A trailer used to transport temperature-sensitive goods. Includes a refrigeration unit and corresponding insulating material. Reefer
A standard semi-trailer used to transport non-temperature sensitive freight. A basic van trailer is 53’ feet long, though 48’ trailers are not uncommon and frequently used in local and LTL deliveries. Van (48’ or 53’)
The route routinely served by the carrier. Lane
The highest revenue generating shipping lane from shipper to receiver. Headhaul
The transport of freight over a short distance, typically from a rail yard or port to the final destination. Drayage
When a driver “drops” their trailer at a designated location and “hooks” to another trailer. Drop & Hook
A business, service or individual who is paid to load and unload freight. Lumper
Refers to the standard cost of moving freight from one location to another, usually city-to-city. Linehaul
Also called “volumetric weight,” DimWt is a measurement of weight that is estimated based on a package’s length, width, and height. DimWt - Dimensional Weight
When goods are received damaged or in quantities smaller or larger than expected. OS&D

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Age Of Exploration Crossword Puzzle:

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This crossword contains the following questions and answers:

In 1592______ sailed the ocean blue. Columbus
Conquered the Inca civilization. Francisco Pizaro
Discovered New York State, Canada and Hudson Bay Henry Hudson
Fierce sailors who raided towns in their free time Vikings
A navigation device which replaced the Astrolabe and the Cross-staff because it could be used on land and sea. Sextant
A faster and more efficient cargo ship invented for better sea tavel. Caravel
Famous Portuguese leader who created a school for navigational sailing. Prince Henry
A system used for mass-producing books and maps. Printing Press
Long stories passed down verbally generation to generation. Saga
Northern part of Europe which includes Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Scandinavia
Eric The Red's son, viking explorer who discovered Greenland Lief Ericson
A very long and sleek ship used by the vikings. Longship
The Incan emperor that Francisco Pizaro captured and murdered. Atahlupa
Famous conquistador who conquered the Aztecs of Mexico. Hernando Cortes
Number of natives Christopher Columbus took back to Spain to serve as slaves. 500 natives
Columbus's sons name. Ferdinand
Name of the biggest main ship Columbus sailed with on his most famous voyage. Santa Maria
Name the other two ships in the same voyage in number 17. Nina and Pinta
A term used by the vikings to describe the savage natives. Skraelings
What the vikings were called/what they called themselves. Norsemen
A famous explorer who has a game named after him and found a lot of the Silk Road Marco Polo
An enormous trading route from East Asia to Europe. Silk Road

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TRANSPORTATION Crossword

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The first major improved highway in the U.S built by the federal government. National Road
Built to facilitate portage of shipments and freight by water James River & Kanawha Turnpike
Constructed as Virginia worked during the first half of the 19th century to improve transportation facilities in the western portion of the state. Giles, Fayette & Kanawha Turnpike
The first common carrier railroad and the oldest railroad in the U.S. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
A Class I railroad formed in 1869 in Virginia from several smaller Virginia railroads begun in the 19th century. Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad
Class I railroad with headquarters in Norfolk, VA that most commonly hauls coal. Norfolk Southern
A small or mid-sized railroad company that operates over a relatively short distance. Short-Line Railroad
A railway with a track gauge narrower than 1,435 mm. Narrow gauge
A railroad gauge of 56.5 inches standard in the U.S., Britain, and many other parts of the world. Standard gauge
A riverine carl-capable working boat, or a small to mid-sized recreational sailing yacht. Keelboat
A cargo boat with a flat bottom for use in shallow water. Flatboat
Contained double-decker bunks and were heated and normally up to 100 feet long. Bunkhouse ark
Organized in 1835 and chartered to complete work on the James River Canal. James River & Kanawha Company

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Supply Chain Week Word Search

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This word search contains the following answers:

Container
Contract
Cost
Customer
Dedicated
Delivery
Distribution
Economy
Expedited
Forwarding
Freight
Inventory
Invoice
Logistics
Operations
Organization
Planning
Proactive
Procurement
Product
Purchasing
Quantity
Relationship
Service
Strategy
Supplier
Team
Timely
Truckload
Warehouse

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