Stretching from floor to ceiling, they admit whimsy without sacrificing an ounce of beauty, and their titles, Frieze Festoon (all works 2005) and FedEx Festoon (the former is made of glass, string, and laminated ephemera, the latter of glass and laminated FedEx airbills
), underscore an unapologetically decorative intent.
"I fax the airbills
to the offices ahead of time or send pro forma invoices to help clear the customers.
Automated shipping solutions eliminate the need for paper airbills
, bills of lading and paper invoices, and cut valuable time from the shipping cycle.
and telephone calls still are used, the company points out that 750,000 of its customers are on-line with Federal Express.
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.
Addicott knew which performance indicators were out of whack (veterans in this study made a lot of domestic airbill errors, for example), but this data alone didn't confirm a need for recurrency training: Maybe the problem wasn't that the vets didn't know how to fill out airbills; maybe something else was wrong.
Managers typically ride with new couriers to familiarize them with their routes, teach them how to fill out an airbill, and generally show them the ropes.
Freight forwarders were required to inform airlines in writing as to the identity of the shipper and contents of shipment.(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