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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In a statement issued after a hearing called by the Senate blue ribbon committee on Tuesday, Gordon said traffickers were using consignees to smuggle illegal drugs into the Philippines.
The conclusion of this agreement gives rise to obligations on the consignor and consignee. On the other hand, the execution of the consignment agreement gives rise to legal effects in relations between the consignee and third parties (buyers).
The Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute study, which examined ways to relieve traffic congestion in metropolitan New York, surveyed more than 30 shippers, third-party logistics companies, warehouses, and consignees in that area.
In a consignment, the owner of the goods, the consignor, delivers or consigns goods to a third party, the consignee. The consignor retains title to the consigned goods.
Nwankwo, while speaking with the Nigerian Tribune exclusively, 'Exportation at times could be complicated, most particularly when the exporter and the consignee (person requesting for the products abroad) are yet to finalise their financial transaction.
In a consignment transaction, the seller is the consignor, and the prospective purchaser is the consignee. The consignor retains title to the goods following delivery to the consignee.