Consignee

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Consignee

The party named in the bill of lading to whom delivery is promised and/or title is passed.

Consignee

In a bill of lading, the party entitled to receive the goods upon their arrival.
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Items are priced at 65%-70% of their original retail value and are placed on sale for a 90-day period, wherein consigners receive 40% of the final selling price.
For an extra $150, a consigner can have his vehicle placed in a more prominent display area.
The early volume of consigners selling at No Reserve demonstrates the exceptional confidence level sellers have with Barrett-Jackson's proven ability to draw a large number of high caliber buyers.
Tradevision provides the international transportation industry with e-logistics services that encompass the entire transportation chain - from consigners, via transportation and service companies, to receivers.
Of course the positive impact of not taking away consigners from GMAI's stamp divisions and adding a major new platform to Teletrade with known important consigners is very significant.