Definition of "house-to-pier"
  1. The process of a shipper loading cargo into a container and then unloading it at its destination upon reaching the foreign pier
How to use "house-to-pier" in a sentence
  1. Upon reaching the country's coasts, the House-to-Pier shipment of goods was successfully unloaded.
  2. The shipper monitored the filling of containers in the House-to-Pier transportation of goods.
  3. The vast majority of our goods are transported via the House-to-Pier method.

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