Consolidation Service

Consolidation Service

A service in which a company combines several different shipments on a single vessel or airplane in order to extract bulk rates and other favorable treatment from the transportation service. A consolidation service is also called an assembly service, cargo consolidation, and freight consolidation.
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The air consolidation service also helps customers avoid delays by having consignees and their brokers verify shipping documents before arrival.
Under the terms of the new contract, ACS&T will continue to provide a National Consolidation Service (NCS) from their depot in Wolverhampton.
Citi Advance, the consumer finance arm of Citi Thailand (NYSE: C), has introduced a new debt consolidation service.
Mr Sutton said: "Working with Oakland has given The Cowhouse Diary the opportunity to expand into major markets by providing a reliable consolidation service for our ice cream.
In a nutshell the aim of our pension consolidation service is to gather the information about your entire pension plans together in one place.
Last month it launched its own weekly ocean-freight consolidation service from Europe to the United States and Canada.
The debt consolidation service renegotiates loan terms with your creditors and consolidates the loans into a single payment through the debt service.
A recent Gartner survey of online adults found that 79% of all the respondents viewed their bills at a biller's site while just 10% viewed them through a bank consolidation service.
Travelport Hotelzon, a leading hotel distribution technology provider for corporations, today announces the launch in the UK of its new hotel payment and consolidation service that gives customers an automated end-to-end payment and invoice consolidation system for hotel expenditure.
Leanne has been appointed to this role as part of the extension of the successful 3663 national frozen consolidation service, which saw a new centre opened at Wolverhampton on 1st June 2008.
Officials from three trade unions and Corporation managers spent the day at the London headquarters of the consolidation service Acas in a bid to break the deadlocked row over controversial plans to axe 4,000 jobs.