from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Grouping; arrangement in groups.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The consolidation of several small shipments into a single container


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  • They collect and pack your piece in London, ship it "groupage" in a container with other peoples' goods and deliver it to your U.S. doorstep some four weeks later.

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  • Il existe une transmission génétique qui fait que 98% des narcoleptiques ont un groupage HLA particulier (DQB1 06-02).

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  • Apart from FTL, LTL and weekly groupage services between Belarus, Europe, Russia and Kazakhstan, Kuehne + Nagel also offers global airfreight transportation through Minsk airport as well as LCL and FCL services via the ports of Klaipeda and Riga.

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  • Tracco provides warehousing and logistics with a full groupage service. - Frontpage RSS Feed 2009

  • The group has diversified into other trade lanes and has become a leading NVOCC / groupage operator between

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  • The modular loading/unloading system has been installed at Solstor's main UK multi-temperature consolidation hub at Crayford, Kent, where it plays a key role in the company's expanding groupage business.

    Manufacturingtalk - manufacturing industry news 2009

  • The groupage work was previously handled within the main warehouse at Crayford, but as it has expanded Solstor decided to develop a stand-alone operation in order to provide a better service for customers.

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