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In Company 3.0 Logistics - Handling complaints
Terms in this set (46)
air waybill (AWB)
a document the carrier provides to confirm goods will be transported.
something that you can choose instead of something else.
to tell someone that something will definitely happen or is definitely true, especially in order to remove doubt about it.
to become curved or folded and not straight.
if something filled with air or water bursts, or if you burst it, it breaks suddenly because there is too much pressure inside it or against it.
if something hard chips, or if you chip it, a small piece of it breaks off.
an official request for money that you believe you have a right to.
count on somebody
to depend on someone to do what you want or expect them to do for you.
to damage something so that a line or long narrow hole appears on its surface, but it does not break into pieces.
to crush something such as paper or cloth so that it forms untidy folds.
a specific time or date by which you have to do something.
to take action to do something, especially to solve a problem.
a place where a surface has been pushed or knocked inwards.
to make a dent in a surface.
to damage something so severely that it no longer exists or can never return to its normal state.
facts or physical signs that help to prove something.
first in, first out: the first item bought is the first one that is sold.
a definite promise that a person is unlikely to break.
heavy goods vehicle: a large truck.
in due course
when it is the right time, and not before.
in (something's) place
instead of something or someone.
a protest in which workers show that they disagree with a policy of their employer, for example by striking (= refusing to work).
a person who assesses the value of the damage or loss of the items insured.
just in time: bought, sent, or produced at the last possible time.
keep someone posted
to regularly give someone information about something that they are interested in, for example how a situation is changing or developing.
to try to discover the facts about something such as a problem or a crime.
original equipment manufacturer: the company that first made the machinery or equipment.
plan of action
a plan of how you are going to do something.
to deal with a document officially so that something can happen.
radio frequency identifiation (RFID)
a way of identifying / locating goods through the use of an electronic tagging system.
to know and understand something.
to give someone the same amount of money that they have spent, for example on something connected with their work.
to change the way that something is presented or sold in order to make it seem more attractive or interesting.
to tear something quickly and with a lot of force.
to break something suddenly into a lot of small pieces.
to break something noisily into many pieces by dropping or hitting it with a lot of force.
to make something very wet, or to become very wet.
standard operating procedure: a series of step-by-step instructions on how to perform a specific task.
to accidentally pour a liquid out of its container.
to make a long thin cut or break in something.
if food spoils, it starts to decay, so that you cannot eat it.
to leave a mark on something accidentally.
to pull something so that it separates into pieces or gets a hole in it, or to become damaged in this way.
twenty-foot equivalent unit: the measurement used to show how much a ship can carry.
if a plant wilts, it gradually bends towards the ground because it needs water or is dying.
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