A delivery order is a document that authorises the release of goods from a carrier to the owner or consignee. It typically includes information about the carrier, freight, and shipment. The document is issued by the carrier upon receipt of the goods and is sent to the consignee or owner to notify them that the shipment is ready for delivery.
Delivery orders are an essential component of the shipping process and are often used in international trade. They ensure that goods are released only to authorised parties and provide proof of delivery. The document can be used to confirm the delivery of goods, verify the contents of a shipment, and initiate payment for services rendered.