Shipper


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SHIPPER. One who ships or puts goods on board of a vessel, to be carried to another place during her voyage. In general, the shipper is bound to pay for the hire of the vessel, or the freight of the goods. 1 Bouv. Inst. n. 1030.

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Called "The Strategic Shipping Program," the main objective is to help shippers and carriers augment their interactions with each other and foster and maintain trusted relationships, ultimately providing shippers with what CSCMP and NASSTRAC labeled a "Shipper of Choice" distinction.
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Mobilizing a shipper of choice program starts with a rapid assessment of one's current shipper attractiveness, potential issue and opportunity areas, and forming a shipper attractiveness roadmap.
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All shipping lines have contracts of carriage, called 'Bills of Lading' which govern the relation between the shipper, carrier, and the consignee.
is teetering on the brink of becoming insolvent and falling under court receivership as its main creditor Korea Development Bank (KDB) rejected the final self-rescue plan that the troubled shipper submitted on Thursday questioning its feasibility and adequateness.
While there are certain similarities between the way that oil and natural gas pipelines are regulated by FERC, there are also material differences that impact the flexibility that a pipeline has to renegotiate its rates when faced with a shipper's potential bankruptcy.
2 shipper has made some progress in the negotiations.
To understand how this new rule will affect the food industry, let's start with the shipper. Under the new rule, the shipper is anyone who arranges for the transportation of food in the U.S.
Joost Van Doesburg, of the European Shipper's Council, said the industry should try harder to satisfy its younger customers and embrace digital technology.
One shipper reported that when they requested a site review, they were told that would be trespassing.
27 July 2012 - Echo Global Logistics Inc (NASDAQ:ECHO), the US provider of transportation and supply chain management services, said it had bought Shipper Direct Logistics Inc without disclosing information on financial terms.