reshipment


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reshipment

(riːˈʃɪpmənt)
n
the act of reshippingsomething that is reshipped, particularly cargo
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Noun1.reshipment - the act of shipping again (especially by transferring to another ship)
dispatch, shipment, despatch - the act of sending off something
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Storekeeper, deliveries of 5 tons or more, but less than 10 tons, furnish suitable for reshipment.
The richness of stories hailing from the Caribbean is represented with the docs Reshipment by Gloria Rolando, an exploration of the long standing historical and socioeconomic connection between Haiti and Cuba, The Price of Memory by Karen Marks Mafundikwa, a film that follows the evolution of the Reparation movement in Jamaica, and Shadow of Color by Angela E.
15) Moscow has taken advantage of its position to extract rents from Central Asia, whether through reshipment of natural gas to Europe or oil piped through the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) or Atyrau-Samara-Novorossiisk lines.
Narcotics are often repackaged in Ghana for reshipment, hidden in shipping containers or secreted in air cargo.
eBizNET's solution handles everything from point of entry of goods at port to ongoing consumption, value addition, distribution and reshipment of the products.
This is accomplished through either "(b) acknowledgment to the buyer by any bailee of the goods except a carrier that the bailee holds the goods for the buyer; (c) such acknowledgment to the buyer by a carrier by reshipment or as warehouseman; or (d) negotiating to the buyer of any negotiable document of title covering the goods"
The Shrewsbury zoning bylaws define a trucking terminal as "a building or area in which freight brought by truck is assembled and/or stored for routing or reshipment, or in which semi-trailers, including tractor and/or trailer units and other trucks, are parked or stored.
As a warehousing operation, the center generated savings from volume buying and served as a reshipment center for bulk merchandise on which freight savings could be realized.
One more import plant has requested authorization for reshipment of imports as exports.
Thus, under the agreement, infringers using signatory countries as entrepots or reshipment centers are subject to anti-counterfeiting provisions of the treaty even if they forgo sales of illicit products in these countries.
Mauritius is a free port where goods intended for reshipment can be received and stored without payment of duties, he said adding that there is need for enhanced awareness and cultural exchange.
But, slapping paint over container placards slated for reshipment is sloppy.