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affreightment a contract by a shipowner to carry goods for the freighter. The contract will be found in a BILL OF LADING or CHARTERPARTY.
AFFREIGHTMENT, Com. law. The contract by which a vessel or the use of it, is
let out to hire. See Freight; General ship.
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7% higher pricing on affreightment contracts
, partially offset by lower affreightment volume as ton-miles declined 8%, a 31% decline in towing/charter ton-miles and $5.
5% higher pricing on affreightment contracts
, higher outside towing and charter/day rate revenues and higher revenue from scrapping barges, partially offset by lower ton-mile volumes.
0% for the third quarter of 2014 as a result of higher labor costs, including pension, lower inland marine transportation rates, increased shipyard activity and higher depreciation expense in the coastal business, and the impact of fuel price escalators on inland marine affreightment contracts