Investments glossary

Ocean Bill of Lading

An ocean bill of lading is a document required for the transportation of goods overseas across international waters. An ocean bill of lading serves as both the carrier’s receipt to the shipper, and as a collection document or an invoice. The contract is a legally binding document between both the shipper and the carrier of the shipment.

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