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expedite

(ĕk′spĕ-dīt″) [L. expeditus, unencumbered]
To facilitate or speed up any process, e.g., to review and publish the results of important research rapidly.
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Atlantic Street also announced that its portfolio company Ace Expediters, a leading provider of same-day logistics management services to the retail and automotive after-market parts industry, has acquired Express Courier Systems.
With operations primarily in the Northeast, the merger with Ace Expediters significantly expands Medifleet's geographic scope.
Counter-terror and counter-theft decision makers and planners among shippers (manufacturers, distributors, and retailers), transportation carriers, port authorities, terminal operators, expediters, insurers, law enforcement, regulatory agencies, consultancies, and research centers
is reliant upon expediters for their expertise on codes and Department of Buildings (DOB) procedures to carry a project through to completion.
Two of the leading expediters of travel documents have combined forces to make ordering passports, visas and birth certificates as simple as going to the Internet.
Apparently, the city also believes that 3,000 pages of building regulations that have spawned an entire industry of paperwork expediters to get building permits are not a problem.
Expediters on Silver Line's factory floor and loading docks will define condition-based parameters in Iteration RTS to scan for exceptions in its operational systems and trigger real-time alerts to their wireless handheld devices.
market, including auto dealers, automotive aftermarket outfitters, van converters, motor home builders, boat manufacturers, limousine builders, automobile dealer expediters, even aircraft fitters.
The product will be made available under the EchoMaster brand through selected EchoMaster expediters at new car dealerships across the U.
freight service providers, expediters and other key parties in the
L-Trans enables global enterprises to track and manage the multi-billion dollar freight component of global procurement and to streamline the information exchange among buyers, sellers, freight service providers, expediters and other key parties in the supply chain.
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