- a clerk who attends to the packing, unpacking, receiving, sending out, and recording of shipments.
Origin of shipping clerk
First recorded in 1855–60
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Examples from the Web for shipping clerk
She watched every movement and checked off each sack like a shipping-clerk.They of the High Trails
Why don't he let the shipping-clerk do up the packing-cases?Worrying Won't Win
Ten minutes later he was approached by Jake, the shipping-clerk.Potash & Perlmutter
It was the duty of the shipping-clerk to check off the freight as it was brought ashore.
Ebenezer is shipping-clerk with a good salary and stock in the concern; and Ralph is there, learning the trade.Stories of a Western Town
- a person employed by a company to arrange, receive, record, and send shipments of goods