Definition of Shipping room
1. Noun. A room where goods are packaged and shipped.
Category relationships: Business, Business Concern, Business Organisation, Business Organization, Concern
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Literary usage of Shipping room
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Cases on the Law of Torts by Francis Hermann Bohlen (1915)
"In the rear of their store was their shipping room, opening upon an alley. In one corner of this shipping-room was a small office. ..."
2. Two Related Industries: An Account of Paper-making and of Paper-makers by Huyck, F. C., & sons, Perry Walton (1920)
"The next step is the removal of the felts to the shipping-room. THE SHIPPING-ROOM The shipping-room at the Kenwood plant is as cosmopolitan as the wool-room ..."
3. Reports of Cases Decided in the Supreme Court of the State of Oregon by Oregon Supreme Court (1905)
"On the opposite side of the shipping room from the entrance from Burnside Street is a door leading into the main westerly room of the building, ..."
4. The Traffic Field: Comprising The Industrial Traffic Department by John William Cobey, Brunner Robeson, James P. Haynes, John H. Kane, Norman De Forest Chaplin, La Salle Extension University (1920)
"Since lax methods in the shipping room offset the effectiveness of the work of the traffic department, the shipping room should be placed under the control ..."
5. Treatises in an Interstate Commerce and Railway Traffic Course by La Salle Extension University (1922)
"CHAPTER XI THE shipping room The shipping room: Packing; Packing Foreign Orders; Keeping Accurate Record; Rates and Space; Packing to Save Charges; ..."
6. Foundry Cost Accounting: Practice and Procedure by Robert E. Belt (1919)
"... shipping room The shipping room is that part of a foundry in which the castings are sorted by pattern numbers, finally inspected, weighed, ..."