The process of changing the destination and/or the consignee while the shipment is enroute.
Any change in the routing of a shipment once it has been received by the carrier at point of origin and prior to delivery at destination.
The routing of patients to other hospitals because an emergency room is full.
any shipment relinquished to the shipper, consignee or his agent at point of origin or intermediate point or before the shipment has reached its ultimate destination.
A carrier service that permits changing the consignee and /or destination while the shipment is en route and paying the through rate from origin to final destination.
A change made either in the route of a shipment in transit (see Reconsignment) or of the entire ship.
Any change in the billing of a shipment once it has been received by the carrier at point of orgin and prior to delivary at destination.
An alteration made to the route of a shipment in transit.
A change made in consignee, destination, or shipment route while in transit.
Changing the consignee or destination on a bill of lading while shipment is still in transit (before delivery). Also referred to as "Reconsignment"
when a customer changes the destination of their shipment after it is en route, transportation charges shall be calculated from the point of origin, to the point at which the carrier is able to effect the diversion, plus the transportation charge from the diversion point to the new destination point.
Change in destination or routing before arrival of shipment at original destination. A change made in the instructions covering a shipment in transit - may be a change in destination, route, name of consignee, name of consignor, party to notify, etc.