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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Companies, Transport
shippership‧per /ˈʃɪpə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  BBCTTa company that sends goods to places by ship
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shipperThe chief need of large shippers and carriers is' to process information for the flow of goods.Bush also proposed raising $ 75 million with new user fees for hazardous material shippers and owners of pipelines and railroads.Shellfish shippers are certified and each package of shellfish should bear the certificate number of the shipper.Their customers, the shippers and receivers, want their goods on demand.The protection given by the Harter Act to shippers and consignees benefited banks and secured creditors.The Fremont plant makes the loose fill for the packing materials and fabricates the wine shippers and pouches for electronic merchandise.
From Longman Business Dictionaryshippership‧per /ˈʃɪpə-ər/ noun [countable]TRANSPORT a company that sends something by ship, road, train, or airRailroads are trying to attract shippers that are now using trucks.
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