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Ex Warehouse

An agreement between a buyer and a seller in which the seller delivers a good, at his own expense and risk, to a certain warehouse. Once it arrives at the warehouse, expense and risk transfer to the buyer, who is responsible for transporting the good from there.
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Ex-warehouse supervisor Neil Douglas, made redundant on November 11 after working for the firm for ten years, said he was owed around pounds 7,800.
The ex-warehouse foreman rose to prominence as a Serb nationalist in the early 90s and gained notoriety for murky deals including illegal exports of oak, stolen cars, wine and crude oil.
The 43-year-old ex-warehouse worker was told he probably wouldn't live to see Christmas because his illness was so advanced, and his weight had reduced to just over seven stone.
Local stockists' prices for welded pipes of 3ua4"-3" size from Iranian producers are currently varying at around $900-930/mt ex-warehouse compared to $880-920/ mt ex-warehouse one month ago.
Joseph, an ex-warehouse worker, had known Renicks for 15 years but said he changed when he started going out with Watt.
Settling in it didn't take long to realise the mirrors lining the walls were clearly there to make the most of the limited floor space of what is, apparently, an ex-warehouse.
Using ICIS pricing's benchmark position in the global PVC market, the Polyvinyl Chloride (China) Daily report delivers daily CFR, FOB and Ex-warehouse price assessments for North, East and South China markets, as well as incisive daily commentary on the market.
Supplies are ex-warehouse of municipal sites in the municipality of September, as follows:
Regular supplies of food in separate items by type and identified in the list, which is an integral part of this documentation needs of the Municipality Velingrad, distributed preorders ex-warehouse of the childcare, day care center for children and youth with disabilities and Municipal Office of Social Services.