The person to whom goods or other things are consigned; a factor; -- correlative to consignor.
Party receiving the shipment known as the "Receiver".
The party listed on a bill of lading to whom the cargo is to be delivered.
The party shown on the bill of lading or air waybill to whom the shipment is consigned. Need not always be the buyer, and in some countries will be the buyer's bank. See also Bill of Lading - Order B/L and Notify Party.
The recipient of a shipment of goods.
The party on a transport document on whose behalf the goods are being shipped.
The person or party to whom merchandise is shipped.
The party to whom goods are shipped.
Such party as mentioned in the shipping document to whom the commodity, cargo or containers are destined.
the person to whom the waste is to be transported.
Party into whose possession goods are to be delivered. See also " bill of lading."
The party such as mentioned in the transport document by whom the goods, cargo or containers are to be received.
The person or organization a carrier is directed to deliver a shipment. Such person or organization is generally the buyer of the goods being shipped and is called a "consignee" on a bill of lading.
The party who receives a shipment. IAS services facilitate communication between ocean carriers and their consignees, reducing communication and administrative costs.
the person to whom merchandise is delivered over
The person or company whose name appears on the Air Waybill as the receiver.
The person to whom the good are sent.
The person or firm to whom something is sold or shipped. Buyer or importer.
The person who, upon presentation of the necessary shipping documents, is recognised as the owner of the goods.
One to whom goods are sent.
The person to whom the shipment is to be consigned to (can be either destination agent or customer).
Party who is to receive the good; usually the buyer.
the person or organization to whom freight is shipped.
Party to whom the goods are to be consigned.
The person to whom the shipment will be delivered.
Person or firm designated as receptor or addressee of a shipment
The individual or organization to which freight is shipped. Freight is shipped by the consignor to the consignee.
A person who receives goods that belong to someone else for future sale or other purpose. Although consignees are not the owners of the goods, they are accountable for them.
The party to whom or to whose order a carrier must deliver goods at the conclusion of the transport.
Person or Company receiving a shipment (receiver) .
The person or company to whom the goods will be shipped
A person or company to whom commodities are shipped.
The person/company/bank to whom the goods are delivered/addressed.
the business or person to whom a shipment is delivered.
The person or company receiving the shipment at the destination city. Back to the top
Person to whom goods are shipped.
The person/company that the package or shipment is being sent to.
Owner or Buyer of Goods
The person authorized by the shipper to accept delivery. this is usually the shipper himself.
The person, firm or representative to which a seller or shipper sends merchandise.
The person or party who accepts a shipment or delivery.
The person or firm named in a freight contract to whom goods have been shipped or turned over for care.
The person or firm to whom articles are shipped.
The person to whom the shipment is to be delivered.
The concern to whom goods are shipped.
The person whose name appears on the air waybill or in the shipment record as the party to who the goods are to be delivered by the carrier.
The person to whom merchandise is given over
The individual or company to whom a seller or shipper sends merchandise.
The person or company named on the freight contract to whom goods have been consigned or turned over.
Usually a person operating a service station or bulk plant selling fuels belonging to another person or oil company for a commission.
The person or firm who receives the shipped articles.
Person to whom commodities/technology is being shipped. Can be an agent holding material for another.
A maritime term referring to a party named in the bill of lading to whom, or by whose order, the bill of lading promises delivery.
The person or firm whom goods are consigned or shipped.
Any person who receives goods shipped from an owner.
Individual or company to whom cargo is shipped, usually the buyer.
the firm or persons authorised to receive the cargo and to whom it is consigned.
The party to whom goods are consigned.
The person or firm whose name appears on the air waybill as the party to whom the goods are to be delivered by the carrier.
The person at the destination receiving goods shipped by someone else.
The contracting party (person or company) on the AWB entitled to receive the shipment under that AWB, to give instructions to the delivering carrier related hereto, but simultaneously assuming responsibility for the shipment resulting from his instructions.
The receiver of the shipment.
The designated recipient (customer) of a shipment as indicated on the Bill of Lading.
The receiver of a shipment.
The receiver to whom the goods are shipped.
A vendor who sells merchandise owned by another party, known as the consignor, usually on a commission basis.
The person who is to receive a shipment.
The party to whom articles are shipped.
A person or business holding another's goods for sale or for delivery to a designated agent.
The designated receiver of goods.
the person to whom cargo is consigned as stated on the bills of lading.
The party receiving goods to be sold. See consigned goods. To Top
The person or place where a shipment will be transferred for the last time (destination); the individual or organization to whom the freight is addressed.