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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
References in classic literature ?
We will be down as soon as we can," said Jane; "but I dare say Kitty is forwarder than either of us, for she went up stairs half an hour ago.
The specter of the apron-string still haunted him, and helped him to find excuses for getting on no forwarder with Dede Mason.
Fanny, in her pity and kindheartedness, was at great pains to teach him how to learn, giving him all the helps and directions in her power, trying to make an artificial memory for him, and learning every word of his part herself, but without his being much the forwarder.
This false evidence (for in reality he had been much the forwarder of the two) stung me to the quick, and raised an indignation scarce conceivable by those who have not felt it.
To say that the woman should be the more easy on this occasion, is to say we should be the forwarder to venture because of the greatness of the danger, which, in my way of reasoning, is very absurd.
Finding the proper mix of services while mitigating risk has never been more complicated for freight forwarders, say industry analysts.
CHAMP Cargosystems, air cargo solution provider, inks deal with Penta Solutions (PSL) and with this, Penta Solutions will introduce Logitude a CHAMP community solution for small and medium sized freight forwarders into the Pakistan cargo community.
The Department of Trade and Industry has blacklisted 43 freight forwarders following complaints from shippers and consignees for non-delivery of Balikbayan boxes.
THE DEPARTMENT of Trade and Industry placed 43 foreign and local sea freight forwarders on its blacklist after shippers and consignees lodged numerous complaints against the firms, mainly the nondelivery of balikbayan boxes.
When the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration recently proposed a regulation prohibiting coercion of commercial truck drivers, airfreight forwarders were initially inclined to accept the measure as a reasonable way to promote safety in the supply chain.
The Philippines government is taking measures to clamp down on the number of gift boxes from overseas workers going missing, proposing an accreditation system to regulate foreign cargo forwarders.
Until the recent global financial crisis, the requirement for forwarders, when appropriate, to undergo a financial assessment by IATA had largely been dormant.