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for·ward·er

 (fôr′wər-dər)
n.
One that forwards, especially an agent that facilitates and assures the passage of received goods to their destination.

forwarder

(ˈfɔːwədə)
n
1. (Commerce) a person or thing that forwards
2. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a person engaged in the bookbinding process of forwarding
3. (Commerce) See forwarding agent
Translations

forwarder

n (= person)Spediteur(in) m(f); (= company)Spedition f, → Spediteur m
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