Notify Party

The notify party is the organization or individual that should be notified when a shipment reaches its destination. This could be:

  • the consignee,
  • shipper,
  • freight forwarder,
  • customs broker,
  • or another interested party.

The notify party may also be responsible for receiving and distributing the shipment once it arrives. In some cases, the notifying party may also arrange for storage or transshipment of the goods.

Notify Party is important in the context of logistics because it ensures that someone is aware of the shipment’s arrival and can take responsibility for it. This is especially important for time-sensitive or valuable shipments.

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