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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If two weeks pass without a sale, Gulliver will charge the consigner $150 a week until the vehicle is sold.
Consigners have been incredibly supportive of this event over the last three decades and credit has to be paid to them for establishing it as a valued fixture on the annual calendar for pedigree dairy producers.
The consignment shop has been in Bellingham for nine years and has more than 800 regular consigners.
Teletrade will offer consigners and winning bidders competitive sellers' and buyers' fees, and offer cash advances for consignments of $10,000 or more.