Definition of "SL/W"
  1. A term used on a bill of lading that excludes the carrier from liability for cargo loaded by the shipper
How to use "SL/W" in a sentence
  1. When the cargo is safely loaded and tallied by the manufacturer, they typically use SL/W to relieve the carrier of responsibility.
  2. The SL/W clause in the bill of lading ensured that the transportation company was not liable for the cargo.
  3. As a result of the SL/W, the carrier was not held responsible when the goods were found damaged.

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