straight bill of lading

Definition of "straight bill of lading"
  1. A document used in shipping that specifically lists the individual entity that can receive the delivered goods. This document is non-negotiable, meaning it cannot be transferred to another party
How to use "straight bill of lading" in a sentence
  1. The shipping company issued a straight bill of lading, guaranteeing the goods would only be delivered to the listed recipient.
  2. The manufacturer relied on a straight bill of lading to ensure that their products reached the correct customer.
  3. When a transaction requires utmost security and precision, a straight bill of lading can be used to designate the sole recipient of the shipment.

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