One who consigns something to another; -- opposed to consignee.
Party sending the shipment known as the "Sender".
The party shipping the cargo as listed on a bill of lading.
the person who sends the goods. The legal definition is detailed in Regulation 2.19.
The entity that ships goods to another. On a bill of lading, the shipper.
An individual or business that distributes goods for sale or assigns custody to another party.
One who delivers or transfers goods.
the person who causes the waste to be removed from the premises at which it is held.
The person or organization that delivers freight to a carrier for shipment is called a "consignor" or shipper.
the person who delivers over or commits merchandise
a person who personally concludes or authorizes another person to conclude a multimodal transport contract with a multimodal transport dealer
A consignor is the person from whom the shipment picked up from.
The person or firm from whom the goods have been received for shipment, the seller, shipper, or exporter.
The person consigning the cargo to the consignee.
The sender of goods.
A party which ships goods to an agent (consignee), and does not relinquish title until receiving payment after the agent has sold the goods.
Synonymous with"shipper". The party who sends goods by ship, by land or air.
Also known as sender or shipper, it is the individual, company or entity that designates the addressee that must receive a shipment and who provides the necessary information to the express company for clearance at destination. The consignor is usually the exporter or his agent.
The individual or organization shipping freight to a consignee.
The owner of goods that are in someone elseâ€™s hands for future sale or other purpose.
Person sending out a shipment, a shipper.
The person or company from which a shipment originates
A person or company shown on the bill of lading as the shipper.
Also called shipper, is the person/company who sends the goods by ship, by land or air.
The person from whom the shipment is picked up from.
A person, firm, or government activity by whom articles are shipped. The consignor is usually the shipper.
Person who sends freight.
The seller or shipper of merchandise.
The person or party who tenders a shipment for delivery.
The entity that ships goods to another for care; the exporter in a consignment relationship.
The person or firm who shipped the product.
The person or company quoted in the transport document as the shipper of the merchandise.
The person/company shipping the shipment.
The person or firm who ships the articles, usually referred to as the shipper.
A maritime term referring to the shipper shown in the bill of lading.
(1) One who makes a consignment. (2) One who makes delivery of a shipment or turns it over to a carrier for transportation and delivery.
Any person or company that ships articles to customers.
Individual or company who ship goods; usually the seller.
The party who delivers goods to a freight carrier. It is often a manufacturer or exporter.
The sender (shipper) of a freight shipment.
The sender of a freight shipment, usually the seller.
The person or firm whose name appears on the air waybill as the party contracting with the carrier for carriage of the goods. Usually the shipper.
Synonym of shipper.
Synonym for shipper.
The person at origin who arranges for the transportation of the shipment.
The shipper of goods.
The owner of merchandise to be sold by someone else, known as the consignee.
the person or firm named in the bill of lading as the shipper
The person or firm by whom articles are shipped.
The person from whom the shipment was picked up from.
The person, named on the Bill of Lading who released (gave) the shipment to the carrier.
the person named in the bill of lading as the one from whom the goods have been received for shipment.
A term used to describe any person who consigns goods to himself or to another party in a bill of lading or equivalent document. A consignor might be the owner of the goods, or a freight forwarder who consigns goods on behalf of his principal.
The party who delivered its goods to another party (consignee). The objective is for consignee to sell the goods for the consignor. Also see consigned goods. To Top
The consignor, in a contract of carriage, is the person sending a shipment to be delivered whether by land, sea or air. Some carriers, such as national postal entities, use the term "sender" or "shipper" but in the event of a legal dispute the proper and technical term "consignor" will generally be used.