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Deconsolidation

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Deconsolidation is the act of separating LCL shipments.

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What is deconsolidation?

Deconsolidation is the act of separating out LCL shipments to prepare them for final delivery.

LCL shipments are consolidated into a container at origin, and deconsolidated at destination. Consolidation and deconsolidation is done at a CFS.

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LCL (Less than Container Load)

CFS (Container Freight Station)

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