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Last edited 26 Feb 2021
In its broadest sense, the word delivery refers to the process of completing a requirement. In the construction industry this is commonly used to refer to the construction process, or to the completion of an order.
However, it might also refer to:
- The action of taking goods to a place.
- The way that someone speaks.
- Safety in the storage and handling of steel and other metal stock, second edition, published by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) in August 2016, suggests that: ‘Delivery covers the period from arrival at the delivery address to the pre-agreed point at which the stock becomes the customer’s responsibility. It may or may not include unloading of the vehicle.’
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