Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is ETD

Is an abbreviation for "Estimated Time of Departure", given to tell when someone or thing is expected to start it journey. Normally given when they know roughly how long the journey takes. In commerce it's when goods are expected to leave the warehouse, airport, sea port.

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