Below is some basic freight terminology.

7512 The Customs form used to identify and detail the movement of cargo in bond from origin to destination. Also called the CBP Form 7512
434 CBP Form 434 is the NAFTA Certificate of Origin
3461 A Customs form that summarizes the release of goods. Sometimes referred to as the Entry Summary. Also called the CBP 3461
6043 A document used to move goods in bond. Usually containers or consolidations to a CFS. Also Called the CBP Form 6043
7501 A CBP form used to describe in detail the goods being entered for consumption or bonded storage. Also called the CBP 7501
Air Waybill Issued by an Air Carrier to show the details of the flight for origin to destination between shipper and consignee. Usually Forwarders
BAF Bunker Adjustment Fee. This is a fuel surcharge usually in addition to ocean freight
BL Bill of Lading.  The legal document used to show the method and movement of goods as well as title of goods from shipper to consignee
BLPC Bill of Lading Processing Charge is the fee that is charged to prepare your bill of lading
BNKR Bunker is a fuel surcharge. Bunker refers to the heavy diesel fuel used on the vessel
BOF Basic Ocean Freight is just the cost of the ocean freight and do not include any other fees OFR
BOL Bill of Lading.  The legal document used to show the method and movement of goods as well as title of goods from shipper to consignee
Bonded A Customs term that technically means Not Entered For Commerce or use in the USA. Everything that crosses a border into any country is technically bonded until it is entered for consumption or re-exported and released by US Customs
Bonded Warehouse Bonded Warehouses are facilities licensed by Customs and insured to hold merchandise  duty deferred facilities. Manray Express is a bonded warehouse
CBP U.S. Customs and Border Protection of the Department of Homeland Security
CET Contraband Enforcement Team, A Unit or Team within Customs
CFS Container Freight Station. A bonded warehouse status used to hold merchandise temporarily. Manray Express operates this type of facility
CIF Cargo, Insurance and Freight
CNF Cargo and Freight. No Insurance
Consumption Entry An Entry for use in the United States that is submitted to Customs for the purpose of clearing the goods into the USA
DTC Direct to Consignee. Where a forwarder ships directly to the consignee and no destination agent ar agency is used or available
DTHC Destination Terminal Handling Charge is a destination fee charged by the port that is usually paid by the consignee ETHC, THC, GHD, GPHC, SHD, VHCH
FOB Freight On Board. The point at which the  transfer of ownership of goods takes place
FOC Foreign Operating Charge is a bill of lading charge that is applied by the country of destination and is applied to the cost of goods CTOC, GOS
Forwarder A company or person who offers the services of  receiving tendered freight for the purposes of shipping or Forwarding it on to a different destination
FSC Fuel Sur Charge. This is a fuel surcharge usually added to air freight.
FTHC Foreign Terminal Handling Charge is a destination fee that is paid to the port of destination to handle the container and is usually paid by the consignee
FTZ Foreign Trade Zone or zone includes one or more restricted-access sites, including sub zones, in or adjacent to a CBP port of entry, operated as a public utility under the sponsorship of a zone grantee authorized by the Board, with zone operations under the supervision of CBP.
GRI General Rate Increase is usually a rate increase to all users across the board and is a charge that must be applied to everyone.
HHGPE Household Goods and Personal Effects
House Bill A House Bill is a secondary and sometimes Sub-internal bill of lading. It may show the relationship of the actual shipper and actual consignee
IBEC In Bond Export Consolidator. A bonded warehouse where bonded and non-bonded cargo are stored for the purpose of co-mingled export consolidation
IE, TE The abbreviation of the status of a 7512 Transportation Entry, IE= Immediate Exportation, TE= Transportation and Exportation.
LAND Landing Charge is usually a destination charge for LTL cargo  GLCH, LAND, SLCH
LCL Less than Container Load refers to any cargo that is shipped less than a full container
LSFC Low Sulfur Fuel Surcharge is charged because of the increased cost of using low sulfur diesel
LTL Less Than Trailer Load, Less Than Truck Load. This means exactly what it say. NOT a full truck load. Anything from a box to multiple pallets but NOT a Trailer Load
MVC Minimum Volume Commitment is a an amount of space or freight a shipper agrees to ship with another carrier to maintain a preferential rate
NPF Non-Privileged Foreign (NPF) Status. One of the customs categories of foreign status merchandise. Such merchandise is evaluated based on its condition at the time it is shipped from the zone to the U.S. market and entered for consumption by CBP
OFR Ocean Freight
PCS Panama Canal Surcharge is the fee that is applied to your cargo to help defer the cost of transiting the Panama Canal
PD Privileged Domestic. Merchandise in a Free Zone that is not subject to duty or duty has been paid
POD Port of Discharge
POE Port of Entry
THC Terminal Handling Charge is usually a port charge applied by the port for handling the container or any portion thereof. Many times this charge is included in the basic ocean freight at origin but is extra at destination
TIC This is a Costa Rica government applied fee LSDC
TLI’s Tariff Line Item
WIT Warehouse Inspection Team, A Unit within Customs charged with monitoring bonded warehouses
ZR Zone Restricted. Merchandise under this status heading must be exported only. No other disposition is permitted except destruction.