Associations to the word «Shipping»
SHIPPING, noun. The transportation of goods.
SHIPPING, noun. The body of ships belonging to one nation, port or industry.
SHIPPING, noun. Passage or transport on a ship.
SHIPPING, noun. The cost of sending an item or package via postal services.
SHIPPING, noun. Navigation.
SHIPPING, verb. Present participle of ship
SHIPPING AND HANDLING, noun. (US) (business) A charge supposed to cover the direct and indirect costs of shipping goods directly to consumers.
SHIPPING COMPANY, noun. A company whose main line of business is ownership and operation of ships.
SHIPPING COMPANY, noun. Line (The body of ships belonging to one nation, port or industry)
SHIPPING CONTAINER, noun. (international commerce) A standardized reusable steel box used for the storage and movement of materials and products within a freight transport system.
SHIPPING CONTAINERS, noun. Plural of shipping container
SHIPPING FEVER, noun. A severe inflammation of the lungs of cattle, caused by a bacterium of the genus Pasteurella, sometimes seen following the stress of transport to market under poor conditions.
SHIPPING LANE, noun. A route across an ocean, sea, or other body of water which is regularly used by commercial maritime vessels.
SHIPPING LANES, noun. Plural of shipping lane
SHIPPING, noun. The commercial enterprise of moving goods and materials.
SHIPPING, noun. Conveyance provided by the ships belonging to one country or industry.
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