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ship

(ship),
A structure resembling the hull of a ship.

SHIP

Abbreviation for:
Self-Help Intervention Project
Senior Health Insurance Program
sexual health in practice 
SH2-containing inositol phosphatase
Small Hospital Improvement Program
src homology 2-containing inositol phosphatase
STD/HIV Intervention Program
Supplemental Health Insurance Plan

ship

(ship)
A structure resembling the hull of a ship.
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The forwarder arranged for multimodal transportation from Australia to the United States under a second contractual bill of lading, which bound the shipper to a liability limit of $500 per "package" while the cargo was in transit by sea and on land.
The impact of automation and how it's providing returns through things like digitized load matching and warehouse robotics led to 62% of 3PLs and 57% of shippers investing in automation/digitization.
This gives the shipper the ability to terminate if the certificate process proves significantly more protracted than anticipated.
Implementation of such a strategy requires adoption of a shipper selection process designed to identify candidates for the designation of core shipper.
CPR introduced the Chemical Shipper Safety Award last year, recognizing the performance of shippers in 2000.
The bigger the shipper, the more one-sided the contract it demands, and sales people--eager to make the sale and naive about the risks--will often succumb.
In my opinion, this contract will also provide Department of Defense shippers with significantly more and better service to ensure cargo is delivered," said Priber.
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That's especially true when a large shipper runs the transportation bidding through purchasing, which in turn sends out a classic rate tariff RFP that asks for discounts and an FAK classification.
Short supply breakup: If the gas supplied at any redelivery or delivery station is less than the sum of approved daily nominations for the station, the GMS calculates breakup for each shipper of short supply resulting due to force majeure conditions, shipper's failure, transporter's failure, supplier's failure, off-spec gas, planned maintenance, etc.
His Ottawa-based group represents 130 shippers from the industrial and retail sectors, and lobbies on behalf of buyers of freight services.