A paper record of a customer's signature, usually on a Delivery route record, obtained at the time of delivery of a shipment.
The freight bill receipt signed by the consignee on delivery.
Documented evidence provided by a transport company certifying that shipment was effected at a given place and time, and signed for by the recipient.
All Express Courier shipments require the addressee to sign a proof of delivery.
The recipient-signed despatch note kept with the job bag to enable proof of delivery to be established in event of query.
A receipt showing date and place of delivery to consignee, and the signature of the person receiving the shipment.
Information supplied by the carrier containing the name of the person who signed for the shipment, the time and date of delivery, and other shipment delivery related information.
Information provided to payor containing name of person who signed for the package with the date and time of delivery.
Also Known As: POD Definition: The document confirming delivery of equipment to a customer.
A receipt with the signature of the recipient.
(also called P.O.D.) the delivery receipt copy of freight bill by receiver at time of delivery.
Upon request, UPS will provide Proof of Delivery (P.O.D.) via fax or mail. P.O.D. is an optional service, and an additional charge will be assessed to the shipper.
Copy of waybill signed by consignee at time of delivery as receipt.
A paper or electronic document, verifying that a shipment was delivered. The POD includes the shipment details, a consignee representative's signature, the date received, and any delivery exception notations, e.g., pieces short, damaged.
The receipt signed by the consignee upon delivery.
Evidence that one party has turned over something (cargo) to another. Commonly, in transportation, a signed, dated acknowledgement of receipt.
The delivery receipt copy of a freight bill indicating the name of the person who signed for a package with the date and time of delivery.
Proof of delivery is a method to establish the fact that the recipient received the contents sent by the sendor. When the sendor sends multiple documents through the mail there is a possibility of some not reaching the intended recipient. Generally post offices provide additional service of guaranteed delivery wherein they ask the recipient to sign a paper and that that paper is filed by the postal service for a specified number of days.