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Last Free Day
Last free day (LFD) refers to the last day that merchandise or goods can be shipped without incurring additional costs and demurrage fees. This date is usually determined by the agreement between the shipper and carrier.
The last free day is essential for both parties since it provides an incentive for timely delivery while also allowing time for any potential delays that may arise along the way.