Delivery Option

Delivery Option

In some futures contract, the right of the seller to determine where and how the underlying asset will be delivered when the contract expires. It also gives the seller some leeway in the quality of the underlying asset to be delivered. The seller informs the buyer of these details.
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"Amazon Hub Lockers are secure, self-service kiosks that provide customers of the online retailer an alternative delivery option to pick up and return their Amazon packages," the company said in a statement.
Muscat: Oman Post has introduced eLockers in Oman, an alternative delivery option which will make it easier and more convenient for customers to receive their items.
Besides, the home delivery option allows shoppers to call, place orders and get the essentials delivered to their door steps.
It is said that people chose the Cash on Delivery option over other e-payment.
The partnership with Shakey's includes the rollout of GCash's scan-to-pay QR platform and a toll-free delivery option for Globe mobile and landline subscribers.
The smartphone manufacturer also announced partnering with Smartbox to offera new smart delivery option on products which have been purchased via its own ecommerce platform.
Additionally, an expedited delivery option with the company's new shipping method, Velocity Shipping, was introduced for expansion to the global market.
Summary: Careem has launched phase one of the brand-new service 'Box', a delivery option that can be booked via the app.
It's always best to check compensation entitlements before you choose a delivery option.
Consumers of the online site will now be able to select an extra delivery option at the online check-out where items can be picked up from the lockers 24 hours a day.
CITYSPRINT HEALTHCARE has launched a new optical delivery service aimed at offering manufacturers, wholesalers, laboratories and opticians 'a flexible alternative delivery option.'
The platform is the most used e-textbook delivery option in higher education with more than 3.25 million users across 6,000 campuses around the world.