cargo deck


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Noun1.cargo deck - the space in a ship or aircraft for storing cargocargo deck - the space in a ship or aircraft for storing cargo
enclosure - a structure consisting of an area that has been enclosed for some purpose
ship - a vessel that carries passengers or freight
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6L reliable fuel-efficient diesel engine, dual rear-wheel pick-up features 10 feet cargo deck length, 1+2 seating capacity, wider interior room and storage space, and newly added convenience and safety features.
Tenders are invited for Spares for cargo deck crane 30t
Modifications include replacement of the aircraft's General Electric TF-39 engines with more powerful, quieter and fuel-efficient models, and installation of new lighting inside the airlifter's 121-foot-long cargo deck and passenger compartment.
To the rear is a big steel bumper at the end of the cargo deck, which is larger, stronger and wider.
Commercial Vehicle Capabilities -- A larger, stronger and more practical cargo deck and an improved towing capacity of up to 3.
5m in overall length, with two 500 kilowatt engines, each having a top speed of 10 knots and cargo deck capacity of 40 tonnes.
5 m in overall length, with two 500 kilowatt engines, having a top speed of 10 knots and cargo deck capacity of 40 tonnes.
5m in overall length, with two 500 Kilo watt engines, having a top speed of 10 knots and cargo deck capacity of 40 tonnes.
But photographs supplied by an ystanbul-based blogger and shipping enthusiast, Yoruk IE-yk, clearly show the same vessel, the Tkachenko, carrying Russian army Ural-4320 military trucks on its main cargo deck as it passed through the Bosporus en route to Syria on Sept.
One of the largest palletised cargo aircraft available in the market, the Boeing B747F will provide belly freight capacity and main cargo deck capacity with 39 ULD positions.
The main door for the vast 1,400m3 main cargo deck on the Beluga cannot be opened in particularly high winds so Airbus has invested in new 'line stations' at our major manufacturing sites, including Broughton, so that the whole loading process can be carried out indoors.
5 million in overall length, with two 600 horsepower engines, having a top speed of 10 knots and cargo deck capacity of 40 tonnes.