Author: Bob Haugen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 4 Nov 2015 05:15:03 -0600
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+#[Sensorica 3D Printer](http://nrp.sensorica.co/accounting/exchange/466/)
+* Purchased from ORD Solutions in Waterloo, Ontario
+* Tried to get a relative of a friend to bring it to Montreal, but he couldn't do it.
+* Requested shipping from ORD Solutions.
+* ORD Solutions arranged transportation with another company.
+* ORD Solutions invoiced Sensorica for shipping, but the actual transportation process
+was conducted by this other company who was not named in the invoice.
+This is a fairly typical scenario, in that three agents are involved:
+1. the agent who provided the goods
+2. the agent who received the goods
+3. the agent who provided the transportation service
+Except that often the agent who does the actual shipping is named,
+and the package can be tracked, as in
+But regardless, many (or in this case all) of the details of the shipping process
+happen in the context of the shipping agent. Some details may be published and thus
+known to the other agents in the exchange, but mostly they don't know and they