Point of Destination definition

Point of Destination means the place where the goods are unloaded;
Point of Destination means the location as specified in the relevant Advise.
Point of Destination means the exact place where the cotton is delivered to the person who has ordered it, or is delivered to his agent, and where the carrier's responsibility ends.

Examples of Point of Destination in a sentence

  • Point of Destination: All deliveries shall be unloaded at the location stated in the Contract Documents.

  • All products to be delivered to the University shall be shipped FOB Point of Destination.

  • Fares apply only for carriage from the Point of Origin to the Point of Destination, unless we state otherwise.

  • It is your responsibility to comply with local Custom, Immigration (including Hajj and Umrah restrictions) and Quarantine regulations, in the Point of Transit as well as the Point of Destination.

  • As such, all Hold Baggage for Connecting Flights on inbound international sectors to Saudi Arabia except Riyadh airport will not be checked through to Point of Destination from the Point of Origin.


More Definitions of Point of Destination

Point of Destination. Means the point or location appointed by the User in the Service request and documented by KCSM in the Shipment Guide, finishing the rendering of the Service whether in public tracks, auxiliary tracks, spurs or installation of the Consignee or third parties or the Point of Exchange with another railroad in which KCSM must deliver the Freight, ceasing in this moment its liability regarding the Services.
Point of Destination means the exact place where the cotton is delivered tothe person who has ordered it, or is delivered to his agent, and where the carrier's responsibility ends. 60 ‘Point of origin’ means the exact place where the carrier or his agent receives the cotton and where the carrier’s responsibility begins. 61 ‘Prompt’ means within 14 days (two weeks). 62 ‘Shipment’ means the loading of cotton onto any means of transport for delivery from the seller or his agent to the buyer, or to a carrier who can provide a bill of lading or a combined transport document. 63 ‘Shipper's load and count’ means the shipper is responsible for the contents of the container. 64 ‘Shipping’ or ‘shipped’ means loading or loaded for shipment. 65 ‘Shipping documents’ means the document of title showing how the cotton is to be shipped under the contract. 66 ‘Strikes, riots and civil commotions insurance’ means insurance against the risks set out in the Institute Strikes Clauses (Cargo) or Institute Strikes Clauses (Commodity Trades), or similar clauses of other first-class insurance markets. 67 ‘Tare’ means the weight of wrapping, bands, ropes or wires used to cover cotton bales. 68 ‘To house’, ‘to container yard’ and ‘to door’ mean delivery to the warehouse or mill selected by the person who booked the freight. 69 ‘To pier’, ‘to container freight station’ and ‘to container base’ mean that the carrier will unload (de-van) at his warehouse in the port of destination, in a container freight station or container base. 70 ‘Usual control limit’ and ‘UCL’ mean the variation allowed in readings to account for the normal variation expected from different instruments, even if the same cotton is used. 71 ‘War risks insurance’ means insurance against the risks set out in the Institute War Clauses (Cargo) or Institute War Clauses (Commodity Trades), or similar clauses of other first-class insurance markets.
Point of Destination means the exact place where the cotton is delivered to
Point of Destination means the precise location where property is delivered into the custody of the consignee or its agent.
Point of Destination means the location to which a Product is to be shipped, as designated by Zimmer in the applicable firm order.