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Waybill

A document (that looks like a bill of lading) issued by a carrier that describes the goods to be transported and that details the shipping particulars. Waybills are issued by both air carriers (air waybills) and ship lines (sea waybills). They merely indicate that the stated goods were received by the carrier for transport, they do not convey title.

Waybill

A document describing goods to be transported, usually internationally. A carrier, such as a shipping line or airline, issues a waybill to prove that the goods have been received and are ready for transport.
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That means no more searching for missing documents and a huge improvement in the accountability and work pride of your employees," enthused Rick Amar at Express Waybill. "Plus, you get free continuous lifetime updates, and we are offering free, dedicated after-sales support for three months.
The evening peaked with the introduction of Waybill's alter-ego Quay Lewd and a storming version of White Punks On Dope, before returning for a rapturous encore and sending fans home with a ringing in their ears and a smile on their faces.
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"White Punks on Dope," featuring Waybill as Quay Lewd, was a minor hit for the band way back when.
The Finnish e-business solutions developer SysOpen Oyj said today (5 June) that it had entered into an agreement to sell part of its Waybill operations to the Finnish postal services company Finland Post Corporation.
The carrier accepting the diverted shipment can avoid liability if it can show that it had no notice, by bill of lading, waybill or otherwise, of the routing instructions.
As he examines the plants and flowers, he recites their scientific names, and checks them against the waybill listing the names and quantity of plants in the shipment.
Fort Myers, FL, November 14, 2015 --(PR.com)-- The famed musicians John Payne, Mickey Thomas, Bobby Kimball, Steve Walsh, Robin Zander, and Fee Waybill will perform at Germain Arena on Thursday, November 19 at 8 p.m.
American Airlines (NASDAQ: AAL) and US Airways have reached a significant milestone in their merger as the cargo divisions combine under a single air waybill.
The International Air Transport Association announced that nine member airlines took the lead in the Nordic market to implement the e-air waybill.
The documents required were a commercial invoice and an air waybill. The buyer's appointed forwarder picked up the goods and gave the seller a receipt.
According to Descartes, information provided by the system - such as quality report compilation, shipment status, exception alerts, route map creation and departure time reporting - allow the monitoring of shipments at master air waybill level from airport to airport.