sea waybill

Definition of "sea waybill"
  1. A document showing proof that goods were loaded onboard a ship, generally used when a company is shipping goods to its own locations
How to use "sea waybill" in a sentence
  1. The company shipped its machinery overseas using a sea waybill.
  2. A sea waybill was issued to certify that the goods were indeed loaded on the ship.
  3. Before the vessel left the port, a sea waybill was prepared to document the loaded cargo.

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