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groupage

(ˈɡruːpɪdʒ)
n
the action of gathering people or objects into a group or groups
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- Adjacent services, such as mail, pallet distribution, groupage, freight forwarding, same-day delivery fulfilment and contract logistics are excluded.
Quant au laboratoire d'analyses medicales, il comprend des unites de prelevement, de microbiologie (examens bacteriologiques, mycologiques, parasitologiques et virologiques), d'immuno-hematologie et immunologie (groupage et phenotypage sanguin, tests d'allergologie, tests d'auto-immunite) et d'hematologie (hemogramme, myelogramme, bilan d'hemostase).
It's also part of Countrywide Freight Group, the market leader in parcel, pallet and groupage collection with delivery services between the UK and Ireland.
EshopWedrop is a B2C offering that overlays existing B2B groupage service lines run by Xpediator's freight forwarding division, Delamode.
David Lee Hernandez Jr., principal, Jersey Memorial GroupAge: 36
The new facility will enable us to continue to develop our market leading European groupage product and will be designed to include a 40,000 sq ft temperature controlled area to accelerate our ambitious growth plans within the pharmaceutical sector."
If you're not pressed for time and are willing to share the container with other people, then you can save a significant amount of money by choosing groupage shipping.
Les revues de la police, du Conseil de la Nation, le carnet de sant[euro]u[c], les livres de cuisine, les cartes de groupage, les agendas minist[euro]u[c]riels sont autant de produits estampill[euro]u[c]s ANEP.
The latter include transportation using lorries, container groupage and degroupage, customs clearance and freight forwarding.

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