Definition of shipper
: one that sends goods by any form of conveyance
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Thanks to international agreements through the United Nations, international shippers—especially those sending small packages from China—often get services at substantially below cost.
The two countries are the top shippers, and earlier this week, Brazil reported its cargoes shipped in June were also a record for that month.
The company imprudently relied on dealers and shippers who, in hindsight, did not understand the correct way to document and ship these items.
Denmark's A.P. Moller-Maersk, owner of the world's largest container shipper Maersk Line, has been hit by the global Petya cyber attack, preventing it from accepting new orders.
Problems have been reported across the shippers' global business, from Mobile, Ala.; to Mumbai, India.
His clients, called shippers, run the gamut from friendly folks who feed and tip the crew to clueless executives who leave their dirty dishes in the sink for the movers to wash.
The biggest toll may be uncertainty, with shippers, brokers and carriers evaluating future routes through Qatar’s air and seaports that could be put at risk should the situation worsen.
Japanese shipper Epicharis (post 11) is the 4-1 second choice, with Kentucky Derby runner-up Lookin At Lee (post 6) at 5-1.
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: a person or company that ships goods or products
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