The freight forwarder nearest the point of delivery of a shipment.
The agent for a railroad nearest the consignee who is usually referred to on a bill of lading as the Agent who is to issue a freight bill in situations where freight is to be charged on a "collect" basis.
Agent / Office responsible for arranging customs clearance and delivery of the consignment.
Agent for the van lines located near your destination. This agent is contacted if you have cartons you wish removed or if you wish to make a cargo claim.
Agent responsible for arranging customs clearance and delivery of your shipment.
Agent located at or near your destination who provides necessary services and information at the end of your move. Storage-in-Transit (SIT): Temporary storage (not exceeding 90 days) of a customer's household goods.
The agent nearest the point of delivery of a shipment.
The agent designated in the destination area to be available to assist or provide information to you regarding your shipment.
The agent in the delivery city or locale that provides destination services.
The agent who will provide services at the destination.
the agent designated in the destination area to be available to assist or provide information regarding the shipment to the customer or the van operator.
Railroad employee at agency delivering freight to consignee.
Usually an agent for the carrier who, in certain circumstances, may become involved with the move. They may supply labor to the van operator or driver transporting the goods. They may also be assigned to perform unpacking service, if that service has been ordered. This agent may provide temporary storage services ( Storage-In-Transit; S.I.T.) if needed. In an international relocation this term can mean a person or company designated in the destination area to help arrange customs clearance and delivery of the shipment and to assist and provide information.