consignee

[kon-sahy-nee, -si-, kuhn-sahy-]
noun
a person or party to whom something, usually merchandise, is consigned.

Origin:
1780–90; consign + -ee

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consignee (ˌkɒnsaɪˈniː)
 
n
a person, agent, organization, etc, to which merchandise is consigned

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Example sentences
Such license applications had to identify the specific defense articles to be exported, the foreign consignee, and the end-user.
The principal in the export transaction that purchases the commodities for delivery to the ultimate consignee.
Each consignee must provide certain certifications on company letterhead that is signed by the consignee.
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