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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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As security for any existing and future indebtedness of the Customer [Paul Harris] to the Company [Expediters], including claims for charges, expenses or advances incurred by Expediters in connection with any shipment or transaction of Paul Harris, and whether or not presently contemplated by Paul Harris and Expediters, Paul Harris hereby grants to Expediters a continuing lien and security interest in any and all property of Paul Harris (including goods and documents relating thereto) now or hereafter in Expediters' possession, custody or control or en route (the "Collateral").
In addition, Expediters' individual contracts for the shipment of goods, including house bills of lading and forwarder's cargo receipts, contained language that granted Expediters a security interest in all of Paul Harris' goods in Expediters' possession.
Expediters shall have a general lien on any and all property (and documents relating thereto) of the Customer [Paul Harris], in its possession, custody or control or en route, for all claims for charges, expenses or advances incurred by Expediters in connection with any shipments of Paul Harris.
Expediters asserted carriers' liens and a security interest in all of Paul Harris' goods in Expediters' possession, custody or control or en route and all documents of title related to such goods.
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
The New York Association for Code Consultants [NYACC] is the professional organization that represents expediters.
Expediters are currently registered and regulated by the DOB through Local Law 72, passed in 1991.
Owners and developers who have consulted with architects or engineers about renovation projects, have often found that they needed the assistance and expertise of an expediter in order to process a project.
By streamlining the information exchange, L-Trans significantly reduces supply chain management costs among buyers, sellers, freight service providers, expediters and other key parties.
com, A Briggs Passport & Visa Expeditors, AAA American Passport Expediters, ABC Vacuum Warehouse, ACA Distribution, Activus Corporation, AllHerb.
This network includes 180 distributors, each with between 300-400 installers and retailers representing, in the aggregate, some 53,000 retailers and expediters.
An expediter is a person who, for compensation, seeks to obtain licenses, permits and certificates for another person," Chicago's Department of Business Affairs & Consumer Protection explains.

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