Container gantry cranes used for lifting and handling in open yards, wharves and ships

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b"At an operational port, the port authority builds the wharves, owns the cranes and cargo-handling equipment and hires the labor to move cargo in the sheds and yards. A stevedore hires longshore labor to life cargo between the ship and the dock, where the port's laborers pick it \xe2\x80\xa6"

Glossary of Maritime Terms - National Vessel Registry …

b'Transtainer: A mobile gantry crane used for stacking intermodal containers within the stacking areas of a container terminal. Tugboat: A small, powerful boat for towing or pushing ships, barges, etc. Twenty Foot Equivalent Unit (TEU): An inexact unit of cargo capacity often used to describe the capacity of container ships and container ...'

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Pier and wharf structures having means for directly ...

b'In this example, the intermodal container terminal receives container cargo from a marine container vessel 76 and directly transfers the cargo by a crane 77 or other suitable cargo transferring means to land-side vehicles, such as railcars 75a or trucks 75b. As shown in FIG. 7, the crane 77 has hoisting apparatus for lifting and lowering cargo.'

Felixstowe Docker: February 2013

b'2013-2-28\xe2\x80\x82\xc2\xb7\xe2\x80\x82That accolade goes to an "ultra-large crude carrier" (ULCC) built in the 1970s, but all supertankers more than 400m (440 yards) long were scrapped years ago, some after less than a decade of service. Only a couple of shorter ULCCs are still in use. But giant container ships are still being built in large numbers - and they are still growing.'

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tugs | Halifax Shipping

b'Svitzer last used the wharf in 2015, and Sold the property to Develop Nova Scotia last year. More recently, the Atlantic Piliots Authority has made use of the wharves. The foundation Maritime wharves still stand, at the foot of Salter St. for a few more days, to be replaced by a \xe2\x80\xa6'