Definition of Shipping clerk
1. Noun. An employee who ships and receives goods.
Shipping Clerk Pictures
Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Shipping Clerk Images
Lexicographical Neighbors of Shipping Clerk
Literary usage of Shipping clerk
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Applied Methods of Scientific Management by Frederic Augustus Parkhurst (1912)
"All miscellaneous work is in the special charge of the assistant manager, and he notifies the shipping clerk in sufficient time to enable him to make proper ..."
2. Applied Methods of Scientific Management by Frederic Augustus Parkhurst (1912)
"The fourth chapter will take up in further detail the functions of this position under 4-D. 3-J. THE shipping clerk All shipping is in the sole charge of ..."
3. Principles of Foreign Trade by Norbert Savay (1919)
"The shipping clerk The shipping clerk is an important link in foreign trade. He has full charge of preparing goods for shipment, which means packing, ..."
4. Economics of Business by Norris Arthur Brisco (1913)
"The shipping clerk or person in charge of outgoing goods is an important member of every office staff. One The ship- person, in small factories, ..."
5. The Idler: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine by Jerome Klapka Jerome, Robert Barr, Arthur Lawrence, Sidney Herbert Sime (1896)
"A dawn of understanding came over the shipping clerk and he softly withdrew, ... Half an hour elapsed, and the shipping clerk still stood on guard, ..."
6. Goodwin's Improved Book-keeping and Business Manual by Joseph Henry Goodwin (1889)
"... where is kept by the shipping-clerk a Shipping Book in which is written, ... of course, in consecutive order; the shipping-clerk then writes in his ..."