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Shipping Terms Glossary: General Order (G.O.)

When a container goes unclaimed for a period of time, U.S. Customs will issue a G.O. Order (also known as a G.O. Notice) and move the goods to a G.O. warehouse, where the goods will either be auctioned off to the public or destroyed depending on the imported goods. 

 

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