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Pallet-exchange Fee

A pallet exchange fee is levied by the cargo warehouses in exchange for the truckers “retaining” pallets if the truckers do not bring pallets to swap with the carrier’s pallets when they pick up the goods. This happens since air cargo and less-than-container load (LCL) shipments are typically palletized for cargo security and easier handling. The pallet exchange fee is payable per pallet and varies per carrier.

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