on board

Definition of "on board"
  1. A note on a shipping document indicating that goods have been loaded onto a vessel, often used for meeting the conditions of a credit letter when there's no explicit need to the contrary
How to use "on board" in a sentence
  1. The shipping officer marked the bill as 'on board' after loading the consignment onto the ship.
  2. To satisfy the terms of our credit arrangement, we need to provide an 'on board' notation on our bill of lading.
  3. Once the cargo was on deck, the captain issued an 'on board' confirmation for the bill of lading.

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