The Customer, or an agent of the Customer, shall consign the shipment directly to the actual transporting freight carrier.
People can consign gear they're not using anymore from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday, and 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
There are occasions where it is acceptable to consign the shipment directly to the importer, but it would be wise for the shipper to have a long-standing relationship with his/her customer, along with a good payment history, before agreeing to these terms.
Yet even as trends pull delivery toward a more natural sphere, women consign enormous aspects of the childbearing process to technology, especially when there is trouble conceiving.
Anyone wishing to consign works to the sale should contact him for a valuation.
The act of consigning Christmas to the nether regions of the storage unit started an organizational blizzard.
First, the consignee (if in possession of the document) cannot, by purporting to transfer it in this way, impose on the carrier a legal obligation to deliver the goods to another person.
They next consigned him to the July sale where he fetched $230,000.
Traditional architects must wake up from dreams of ancient techniques that consign them to little things and low horizons.
I know - I saw what a free market without independent courts and democratic accountability did to Russia in the 1990s, consigning millions to extreme poverty and making a few unbelievably rich.