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- n. A billing arrangement whereby the customer calculates costs and sends back an invoice to the supplier.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
As well as benefiting from a comma between Bexley and Greenwich on its banner, it would seem the editors might also consider actually living up to their self-billing and covering outside the BR postal area.
I think he's got a long way to go before he lives up to that self-billing.
And this is no pissant firm, according to its self-billing:
LeanLogistics features a component called WebSettle that allows for what it terms "self-billing," meaning automated payment when a carrier accepts shipment rates and the load closes.
"We also take advantage of electronic replenishment technology and self-billing invoice creation to move inventory turns from three to ten."