..I am wondering if the three "billings" in the following are used as meaning the same.
1. UPS Customhouse Brokerage makes sure that products clear customs quickly and reduces duties by billing all customers in their local currency. UPS Imports allows the company easy-to-follow billing in U.S. dollars........ The new UPS is customer-tailored, with numerous billing options.
Do these "billings" all mean the act of sending a bill(a written statement of money that you owe for goods or services)? And what are "billing options"? "billing" is essentially the same as invoicing, so yes. UPS offers different types of invoicing.
2. Neil Pryde Sails designs in Connecticut, manufactures in Shenzhen, China, and ships finished sails to customers around the globe, customers who want their sails "yesterday." They are promoting the idea that they are very quick and able to supply customers who are demanding and impatient.
I'm not sure what the above expression in bold means in the context.
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