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ADELHEID-S.
Built: 2006
Flag: ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
IMO: 9303766
TEU capacity: 3398
Length (m): 222.500
Breadth (m): 32.20
Draught (m): 19.30
Dead weight (t): 44135.20
AGGELIKI P
Built: 1998
Flag: LIBERIA
IMO: 9146302
TEU capacity: 2008
Length (m): 188.100
Breadth (m): 30.00
Draught (m): 16.75
Dead weight (t): 30360.00
AGIOS DIMITRIOS
Built: 2011
Flag: LIBERIA
IMO: 9349605
TEU capacity: 6572
Length (m): 299.200
Breadth (m): 40.00
Draught (m):
Dead weight (t): 85700.00
ALEXANDRA RICKMERS
Built: 1997
Flag: LIBERIA
IMO: 9152739
TEU capacity: 2210
Length (m): 195.330
Breadth (m): 30.20
Draught (m): 16.60
Dead weight (t): 30721.00
ALLEGRO
Built: 1997
Flag: SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES
IMO: 9142447
TEU capacity: 366
Length (m): 98.680
Breadth (m): 16.90
Draught (m): 7.55
Dead weight (t): 4832.00
ANASTASIA
Built: 2012
Flag: PANAMA
IMO: 9625970
TEU capacity:
Length (m): 229.900
Breadth (m): 38.00
Draught (m): 20.50
Dead weight (t): 90000.00
ASTRID SCHULTE
Built: 2009
Flag: MALTA
IMO: 9398230
TEU capacity: 7241
Length (m): 304.170
Breadth (m): 40.00
Draught (m): 24.85
Dead weight (t): 90444.00
ATHENA
Built: 2003
Flag: PANAMA
IMO: 9275361
TEU capacity: 2762
Length (m): 234.620
Breadth (m): 32.20
Draught (m): 18.80
Dead weight (t): 43093.00
AYSE NAZ BAYRAKTAR
Built: 2008
Flag: TURKEY
IMO: 9397420
TEU capacity: 1280
Length (m): 156.650
Breadth (m): 24.70
Draught (m): 14.30
Dead weight (t): 21417.00
BALKAN
Built: 2007
Flag: MALTA
IMO: 9358890
TEU capacity: 1304
Length (m): 160.880
Breadth (m): 25.00
Draught (m): 13.90
Dead weight (t): 17004.00
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Deferred Rebate

The return of a portion of the freight charges by a carrier or a conference shipper in exchange for the shipper giving all or most of his shipments to the carrier or conference over a specified period of time (usually six months). Payment of the rate is deferred for a further similar period, during which the shipper must continue to give all or most of his shipments to the rebating carrier or conference. The shipper thus earns a further rebate which will not, however, be paid without an additional period of exclusive or almost exclusive patronage with the carrier of conference. In this way, the shipper becomes tied to the rebating carrier or conference. Although, the deferred rebate system is illegal in U.S. foreign commerce, it generally is accepted in the ocean trade between foreign countries.

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