frustrated cargo

frustrated cargo

Any shipment of supplies and/or equipment which, while en route to destination, is stopped prior to receipt and for which further disposition instructions must be obtained.
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Assist LNOs and unit movement officers with frustrated cargo, scheduling conflicts, and transportation issues.
Conducted more than 50 Pre-Deployment and Pre-Redeployment Site Survey briefings and provided liaison support to more than 700 unit movement officers and representatives facilitating procedures and processes to reduce frustrated cargo
Consequently, as the number of containers began to surge, the volume produced an iron mountain of frustrated cargo.
It established a Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures repair capability for C-17 aircraft; a Customer Service Branch that cut frustrated cargo time by 85 percent and saved $312,000; and contingency tire-cut limits for C-17 aircraft, which reduced tire change requirements by 30 percent and saved $1.
It was assumed that each shipper appearing on the list with frustrated cargo during the research time period shipped at least one piece of frustrated HAZMAT through an APOE annually.
Our Soldiers fully understood that, so they accepted cargo that was not properly labeled just to get it off the trucks and send the trucks on their way; in the process, they inadvertently created a mountain of frustrated cargo.
There are, however, some measures taken in the policy will help in further liberalisation and deregulation of trade, like allowing export of cement and cement clinker in the private sector, export of carpets as personal baggage, export of bonafide personal baggage, re-export of frustrated cargo, import of used/refurbished CNG and LPG Cylinders and import of electric fans etc.
The mission of RST is to support redeploying warfighters at their location in order to reduce frustrated cargo at the Seaport of Embarkation and support in-transit visibility.
However, up to a third of the materiel arriving at the FRP is frustrated cargo or supplies shipped directly from units without paperwork or proper blocking and bracing.
and led by now CDR (Sel) Ron Collison, the men and women of MACH 1 initially scoured vast yards of lost and frustrated cargo at various sites throughout Kuwait.