General Order (G.O.)

Definition of "General Order (G.O.)"
  1. A directive from U.S. Customs that holds unentered shipments in a secured, bonded warehouse
How to use "General Order (G.O.)" in a sentence
  1. When the shipment wasn't properly documented, it was held under a General Order (G.O.).
  2. A General Order (G.O.) was issued to keep the unentered goods in a bonded warehouse.
  3. The unclaimed cargo from the ship was held in a bonded warehouse by a General Order (G.O.).

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