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    mohan5k is offline Newbie
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    Difference between the words onshore and on site - Out sourcing words

    Hi In out sourcing environment using which word is suitable. Onshore or Onsite to specify the client location. I prefer using Onsite as client location and working location as Offshore.
    Please let me know the exact difference between onshore and on site.

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    Re: Difference between the words onshore and on site - Out sourcing words

    This would be a matter of industry jargon, not standard English.

    In my industry, "off shore" means you are literally off the shore, like on a platform in the sea.

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