reshipment


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the act of shipping again (especially by transferring to another ship)

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To comply with Title 49, all placards and placard decals must be completely removed from empty and nonhazardous ISO shipping (freight) containers prior to reshipment.
That application was turned down, and a new application was made in April 2009 to use more than half of the available storage space at Larnaca port as a container transhipment and reshipment hub, to be operated by the newly-registered Cypriot company Energy 8 Shipping Ltd, as agent for Iran's Bonyad Shipping Company (known worldwide as BOSCO).
Also, some "undercover" reshipment of Cinpres and other European gas-assist equipment from Europe to the U.
In 1987, Kesler applied for and received a bailment pool agreement with GMC Trucks by which it drop-shipped vans to Explorer for conversion and reshipment to franchised GMC dealers.
Delay during shipment: The insurance remains in force during any delay beyond the control of the insured; any deviation, forced discharge, reshipment or transshipment; and any variation of the operation arising from the exercise of a liberty granted to shipowners or charterers under the contract of affreightment.
This makes Le Havre a nexus in transhipment and reshipment traffic.
Revenue was then recognized upon reshipment of the product, which occurred in the third quarter 2003.
Whatever the shortcomings of the product, they were nothing in comparison to the job we had of getting all the parts to fit back in the box for reshipment.
These include warehousing, export consolidation, import breakbulk and reshipment, product merge, remote spare parts distribution, repair returns and in-transit assembly.
Narcotics are often warehoused and repackaged in Sierra Leone for reshipment to Guinea, though some go directly to Europe via shipping containers or in air cargo.
ISTA Certification Assures the Safe and Secure Reshipment of Printed Materials
While factory production of that model was later resumed, the customer would not accept reshipment of the rejected units.
In the news release, Boise(R) SPLOX(R) Receives ISTA(R) Certification, issued earlier today by Boise Cascade, LLC over PR Newswire, we are advised by the company that the subhead should read "ISTA Certification Assures the Safe and Secure Shipment of Paper" rather than "ISTA Certification Assures the Safe and Secure Reshipment of Printed Material" as originally issued inadvertently.
As was previously announced, Golden Systems received notification in late November 1994 from its largest customer that it had rejected approximately 170,000 units of a specific product model due to quality and reliability concerns, halted factory production of this model, and indicated that it would not accept reshipment of the rejected product.
Narcotics are often held and repackaged in Sierra Leone for reshipment to Guinea, though some go directly to Europe via shipping containers or in air cargo.