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Synonyms for consign

Synonyms for consign

to put in the charge of another for care, use, or performance

to place officially in confinement

to cause (something) to be conveyed to a destination

Synonyms for consign

commit forever

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give over to another for care or safekeeping

send to an address

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The conclusion of this agreement gives rise to obligations on the consignor and consignee.
Aditro Logistics has inaugurated a new warehouse in Stockholm, in association with Consignor.
But then she developed software that consignors could use to enter their items online and print barcoded tags rather than handwriting them.
All consignors were required to apply for a permit, and all work was subject to approval by the manager.
While a few lots bought as foals in 2009 still had lofty six-figure outlays to recoup, consignors realised that bidding towards 200,000gns for a yearling for resale was now too risky a prospect.
Trudeau said in other areas of the country weekend sales have grown to include more than 300 consignors.
Instead of a small credit union receiving less desirable lane placement and timing at a physical sale, most buyers online search by make and model, allowing any credit unions' cars to appear in the same list as national consignors.
The sale has an overall entry of 4,626 rams with 332 consignors.
5) Consigning artwork was a pervasive practice in New York galleries, and questions lingered about why no one was protecting these consignors.
The consignors claimed the trustee had no right to sell the consigned goods because the consignors owned them.
The main issue is to properly allocate the transport operations costs to the consignors, which are the real customers of the company.
OPENLANE dealers and consignors can also work with partners participating in the program to remarket their vehicles at these physical auctions.
According to legal regulations, the consignor is responsible for transport delay, destruction, loss, theft or corruption of goods in case of negligence in the performance of the shipment, in particular with regard to the handling and storage of goods, choosing the carrier or using of intermediary consignors.
The Consigned Couture pays for all shipping cost for the consignors to send the items to the buyers.