one who transmits goods; a forwarding merchant, such as a freight forwarder.
The party arranging the shipping of goods including associated services and / or necessary formalities on behalf and on order of a shipper / consignee.
See Freight Forwarder.
Consultant in logistics and international traffic. The forwarding agent assists the exporter in finding the most economic and efficient methods of transporting and storing cargo.
A person who or an entity which, as the agent of the creditor, refers claims to attorneys for collection. A forwarder may be an attorney, a collection agency, a credit bureau, a credit insurance company, or any other entity which acts on behalf of the creditor as its agent, in the referral of claims for collection.
An independent business that dispatches shipments for exporters for a fee. The firm may ship by land, air, or sea, or it may specialize. Usually it handles all the services connected with an export shipment, including preparation of documents, booking cargo space, warehousing, pier delivery, and export clearance. The firm may also handle banking and insurance services on behalf of a client.
The party arranging the carriage of goods including connected services and/or associated formalities on behalf of a shipper or consignee. E.g. Trans Misr is forwarder (freight).
Appointed by the shipper, and as an agent of the airline, to process and arrange export consignments overseas.
An agent who takes charge of a coffee shipment for interior clients and directs transportation.
Organisation whose activity is the collection, shipment and delivery of goods.
for·ward·er (fôr'w?r-d?r) n. One that forwards, especially an agent that facilitates and assures the passage of received goods to their destination.
Party arranging the carriage of goods including connected services and/or associated formalities on behalf of the cargo principal according to their shipping instructions. Synonym: â†’ Freight Forwarder