Airbill

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Airbill

Several copies of a form associated with a parcel sent by express mail. The airbill contains the addresses of the sender and recipient, along with other information. The sender fills out the airbill, keeps one copy, gives one to the mail service for its records, and sends one with the parcel to indicate the destination.
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On a peak day, FedEx will scan and process more than 250,000 international airbills in the United States alone.
Automated shipping solutions eliminate the need for paper airbills, bills of lading and paper invoices, and cut valuable time from the shipping cycle.
More than 60,000 high-volume customers use FedEx's Powership[R] automated shipping system, which allows customers to track packages, request a FedEx courier, prepare airbills, and self-invoice through their PCs.
93) In addition, the FAA ordered that all cargo consolidations be submitted with copies of the airbills from each individual shipper so that airlines could match up piece-counts, weights, and other data with information on the consolidator's master airbill.
The scanners were implemented in less than two weeks by Innovapost, and are currently in full production scanning over 140,000 airbills per day.
Corporate Exchange users can ship packages to any destination within the United States, and can also send email notifications to recipients, print airbills, track, view, edit and void shipments, and print or download shipping reports.
Paper-intensive forms processing activities such as shipping airbills, mortgage lending or insurance claims processing are among the many applications that can impact bottom-line objectives with document imaging technology.
BAX anticipates that TELEform will speed up the data collection process for over 15,000 airbills per day while reducing their manual data entry for airbill indexing by 95%.
SVRS' proven success enables customers processing multi-part forms, such as shipping airbills, to effectively manage documents that are usually difficult to scan.
By eliminating paper airbills and giving users the ability to compare services and prices, companies can better manage and allocate costs for their expedited documents and packages.
Multi-part forms such as shipping airbills, or any documents that are difficult to scan effectively, benefit most from VRS.
Customers may use Ship Exchange to print airbills and track shipments with "point-and-click" ease -- even if they don't have a modem or hard-drive at their workstation.