Freight transported or to be transported. [D03570] GAT
Any packages or envelopes that are picked up at one time, going from one Shipper's location to one Receiver's location on one Bill of Lading.
1. Delivery of cargo to a carrier for transportation. 2. The transportation of goods. 3. The property which is the subject of transportation.
General: the goods to be shipped. Usually they are shipped together, however they can also be shipped in separate consignments.
goods carried by a large vehicle
a single movement of goods, commodities, or products from an establishment to a single customer or to another establishment owned or operated by the same company as the originating establishment (e
a specialized kind of batch, that has an origin and destination facility
a tender of freight received from one consignor, at one time, at one place, destined to one consignee at one location, and covered by one bill of lading
Property made available by one shipper (member or agent) to the carrier for loading at one time, at one place or origin; for one consignee to one destination.
one or more pieces of freight with the same shipper or consignee.
A term used in the balance of payments. It signifies international carriage of goods, comprising the services traditionally known as freight, insurance and other distributive services on merchandise. See also F.o.b. and C.i.f.
An individual movement of commodities from an establishment to a customer or to another location of the originating company (including a warehouse, distribution center, retail or wholesale outlet). A shipment uses one or more modes of transportation including parcel delivery, U.S. Postal Service, courier, private truck, for-hire truck, rail, water, pipeline, air, and other modes. ( Commodity Flow Survey )
A shipment is a user-defined unit containing goods (single or multiple units) and requires transportation from one location to another. A shipment becomes a shipment when it leaves the consignor's location. A shipment is complete when it arrives at the consignee's destination. Copyright 1999-2004 OneEntry Storage Terms
A separately identifiable collection of goods to be carried. Note: In the United States of America the word shipment is used instead of the word consignment. See Consignment
The tender of one lot of cargo at one time from one shipper to one consignee on one bill of lading.
One or more items tendered at one time and place by one shipper for shipment to one consignee. (envoi)
Cargo tendered by on shipper, on one bill of lading, from one point of departure, for one consignee, to one destination, at one time, via a single port of discharge.
One or more pieces of goods accepted by the carrier from one shipper at one time and at one address, receipted for in one lot and moving on one airwaybill or shipment record to one consignee at one destination address.
Except as otherwise provided, the transportation of goods from one location to another, by one shipper, on one bill of lading, from one delivery location, for one consignee to one delivery.
The cargo, when on the way to its destination
Generally, packages or articles shipped. All packages shipped internationally covered under a single UPS Waybill shall be considered a single shipment. UPS Hundredweight shipments shall be considered a single shipment. Except for such international shipments and UPS Hundredweight shipments, each package or article shall be considered a separate and distinct shipment.
Lot of freight tendered to carrier by one consignee at one place at one time for delivery to one consignee at one place on one bill of lading. Goods/merchandise in one or more containers, pieces, or parcels for transportation from one shipper to single destination.
One or more pieces of freight being transported under the contracted authority of one air waybill.
Property made available for transportation by a shipper to a carrier.
A package or group of packages typically sent from one shipper to one consignee on one bill of lading.
All of the cargo carried under the terms of a single bill of lading . Français: Expédition Español: Expedición, embarque
ship·ment (ship'm?nt) n. The act or an instance of shipping goods. A quantity of goods or cargo that are shipped together.
A single consignment of one or more pieces from one shipper, at one address; signed for in one lot; and moving on one waybill or airbill to one receiver at one destination.