To ship definition

To ship means to handle for shipment in, to ship in, or in any other way to put celery in, the channels of trade by conveying or causing celery to be conveyed by railroad, truck, boat, or any other means whatsoever (but not as a common carrier of celery owned by another person), in the current of interstate or foreign commerce, or so as directly to burden, obstruct or affect interstate or foreign commerce. “To ship” does not include the act of the grower in merely transferring ownership or title to a shipper.
To ship means to transport, or cause to be transported by any means whatsoever, leafy greens as herein defined.
To ship means to convey in, to ship in, or to cause to be conveyed in, or in any other way to put prunes in, the channels of trade by conveying or causing prunes to be conveyed by rail­ road, truck, boat, or any other means whatsoever (except as a common car­ rier of prunes owned by another per­ son), in the current of interstate or foreign commerce, or so as directly to burden, obstruct, or affect interstate or foreign commerce.

Examples of To ship in a sentence

  • To ship via e-AWB, either a Bilateral Agreement or IATA Multilateral e-AWB Agreement is required.

  • To ship or deliver the Products ordered once the order has been communicated by Blue, in accordance with shipping and delivery conditions as stipulated in this Agreement.

  • To ship or sell motor vehicles or recreational products to a licensee prior to the licensee having been granted a license by the commission to sell such vehicles.

  • To ship or sell marine products to a licensee prior to the licensee having been granted a license by the commission to sell such products.

  • To ship or sell motorcycles or all-terrain vehicles to a licensee prior to the licensee having been granted a license by the commission to sell motorcycles or all-terrain vehicles.

  • To ship or sell recreational vehicles to a licensee prior to the licensee having been granted a license by the commission to sell such recreational vehicles.

  • To ship, offer for shipment, offer for entry, im- port, receive for transportation, carry, or otherwise transport or move, or allow to be moved into, through, or within the United States.Organism.

  • To ship or sell motor vehicles to a motor vehicle dealer prior to the motor vehicle dealer having been granted a license by the commission to sell such motor vehicles.

  • To ship the items in the PO, the virtual service contacts shipping services.

  • The tender, and all correspondence and documents, related to the tender, exchanged between the bidder and the buyershall be written in the English language only.


More Definitions of To ship

To ship means to convey or cause to be conveyed, except as a common carrier for another person, to market, to consign or in any way to handle fruit in the current of interstate or foreign commerce or so as directly to burden, obstruct, or affect such commerce.
To ship or “to handle” means to sell, deliver, handle for shipment, transport, or offer for transportation pears in the current of commerce, or so as directly to burden, obstruct, or af­ fect commerce, from the State of Ore­ gon, the State of Washington, or the State of California to any point outside thereof.
To ship. The total number of assemblies being shipped against the RMA#.
To ship means to convey or cause to be conveyed, in the current of interstate or foreign commerce, or so as di­ rectly to burden, obstruct, or affect interstate or foreign commerce, by railroad, truck, boat or in any other manner whatsoever, but not as a common carrier for another person.

Related to To ship

  • cargo ship means any ship which is not a passenger ship;

  • Ship means a vessel of any type whatsoever operating in the marine environment and includes hydrofoil boats, air-cushion vehicles, submersibles, floating craft and fixed or floating platforms.

  • Relevant Ship means the Ships and any other vessel from time to time (whether before or after the date of this Agreement) owned, managed or crewed by, or chartered to, any Relevant Party;

  • Existing ship means a ship which is not a new ship.

  • Shipbuilding Contract means each of the Vessel A Shipbuilding Contract and the Vessel B Shipbuilding Contract and in the plural means both of them;

  • International shipment means the transportation of hazardous waste into or out of the jurisdiction of the United States.

  • relevant licence means a prospecting licence the term of which expires within 12 months after the day on which section 7 of the Mining Amendment Act 2004 comes into operation. (2) Despite sections 18, 23 and 27 but subject to the other provisions of this Act, the holder of a relevant licence has, while the licence continues in force, the right to apply for a prospecting licence in respect of the whole or any part of the land the subject of the relevant licence. (3) Where the holder of a relevant licence exercises the right conferred by subsection (2) and the term of the relevant licence would but for this subsection expire, the relevant licence shall continue in force in respect of the land the subject of the application for a prospecting licence until the application is determined. (4) If the holder of a relevant licence transfers the licence after making an application for a prospecting licence in the exercise of the right conferred by subsection (2), the application continues in the name of the transferee of the licence as if the transferee had made it. [Section 56B inserted by No. 39 of 2004 s. 7.]Division 2 — Exploration licence [56AA. Repealed by No. 52 of 1995 s. 25.] 56C. Graticular sections

  • Environmental and Social Management Framework and “ESMF” means the Recipient’s framework dated November 30, 2010, which: (i) sets forth standards, methods and procedures specifying how technological research activities under the Project whose location, number and scale are presently unknown shall systematically address environmental and social issues in the screening and categorization, sitting, design, implementation and monitoring phases during Project implementation; (ii) systematizes the environmental and social impact assessment required for such activities before Project execution; and (iii) stipulates the procedures for conducting site-specific environmental impact assessments, be they limited environmental impact assessments or full environmental impact assessment.

  • Bareboat Charter means the contract for the lease or sub lease of a vessel for a stipulated period of time by virtue of which the charterer acquires full control and complete possession of the vessel, including the right to appoint the master and crew for the duration of the charter, but excluding the right to sell or mortgage the vessel; ‘foreign vessel’ means a vessel that is owned by a person who:

  • passenger ship means a ship which carries more than 12 passengers;

  • Environmental and Social Management Plan or “EMP” means the Recipient’s document prepared and disclosed in accordance with the Environmental and Social Management Framework with respect to the Project (or a Sub-project), that details: (i) the measures to be taken during the implementation and operation of the Project (or a Sub-project) to eliminate or offset adverse environmental or social impacts, or to reduce them to acceptable levels, and (ii) the actions needed to implement these measures.

  • Vessels means the shipping vessels owned by and registered (or to be owned by and registered) in the name of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries or operated by the Company or any of its Subsidiaries pursuant to a lease or other operating agreement constituting a capital lease obligation, in each case together with all related equipment and any additions or improvements.

  • Motorway means a road specially designed and built for motor traffic, which does not serve properties bordering on it, and which:

  • Environmental and Social Standards means, collectively: (i) “Environmental and Social Standard 1: Assessment and Management of Environmental and Social Risks and Impacts”; (ii) “Environmental and Social Standard 2: Labor and Working Conditions”; (iii) “Environmental and Social Standard 3: Resource Efficiency and Pollution Prevention and Management”; (iv) “Environmental and Social Standard 4: Community Health and Safety”; (v) “Environmental and Social Standard 5: Land Acquisition, Restrictions on Land Use and Involuntary Resettlement”; (vi) “Environmental and Social Standard 6: Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Management of Living Natural Resources”;

  • Marine All Risk" Insurance against any loss or damage to the R350HT Rails and the Spare Parts, arising out of, in course of, or caused by any risk in respect of the transport of the R350HT Rails and the Spare Parts. The policy shall apply from the time of moving the R350HT Rails and the Spare Parts from the Supplier' warehouses / premises until arrival within the Site and vice versa, including loading and unloading, temporary and extended storage and all domestic inland and/or intermediate transits everywhere in the world (including within Israel) irrespective of the terms of sale. Settlement of claims will be made at 110% of the R350HT Rails and the Spare Parts DAP value. The Supplier undertakes, that a clause stating that in respect of loss or damage to the R350HT Rails, the insurance benefits shall be paid to the ISR and the Supplier as their interests may appear, and that ISR is included as loss payee under policy. The policy shall include a waiver of subrogation towards ISR and/or the Israeli Government and/or the IPM and/or anyone acting on their behalf, provided that the waiver of subrogation shall not apply in favor of a person who has maliciously caused the damage.

  • Fishery or "Fisheries" means one or more stocks of fish or any fishing operation based on such stocks which can be treated as a unit for purposes of conservation and management, taking into account geographical, scientific, social, technical, recreational, economic, and other relevant characteristics;

  • Commercial vessel means any vessel not owned and operated by the United States military or the United States Coast Guard.

  • information society service means a service as defined in point (b) of Article 1(1) of Directive (EU) 2015/1535 of the European Parliament and of the Council;

  • IMO means the International Maritime Organization;

  • contract of insurance means an agreement between the Secretary of Education and either the Trustee or the Seller providing for the insurance by the Secretary of Education of the principal of and accrued interest on a FFELP Loan to the maximum extent permitted under the Higher Education Act.

  • Sailboat means the same as that term is defined in Section 73-18-2.

  • Drop shipment means the sale of a prescription drug to a pharmaceutical wholesaler by the manufacturer of the drug; by the manufacturer's co-licensed product partner, third party logistics provider, or exclusive distributor; or by an authorized distributor of record that purchased the product directly from the manufacturer or from one of these entities; whereby:

  • New ship means a ship:

  • ISM Code means the International Safety Management Code (including the guidelines on its implementation), adopted by the International Maritime Organisation as the same may be amended or supplemented from time to time (and the terms “safety management system”, “Safety Management Certificate” and “Document of Compliance” have the same meanings as are given to them in the ISM Code);

  • Vessel means every description of watercraft, unless otherwise defined by the department, other than a seaplane on the water, used or capable of being used as a means of transportation on water.

  • Shipping container means a MIL-STD-129 defined exterior container that meets carrier regulations and is of sufficient strength, by reason of material, design, and construction, to be shipped safely without further packing (e.g., wooden boxes or crates, fiber and metal drums, and corrugated and solid fiberboard boxes).