controlled port

Related to controlled port: Eapol

controlled port

A harbor or anchorage at which entry and departure, assignment of berths, and traffic within the harbor or anchorage are controlled by military authorities.
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But for this to happen, the government must take a more resolute stand on the privatisation process because too many concessions or compromises would result in a privatised Limassol port -- assuming investors are found -- that is no better than the state controlled port.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Libyan air force attacked a Greek operated oil tanker in the militant controlled port of Derna, killing two of the crew and injuring another two.
Naval Service policy is that a Naval vessel will transmit its AIS data when leaving a controlled port, when transiting outside Irish waters or on any other occasion when the ship's Captain deems it appropriate.
The Suffolk Cold Storage facility will serve as RCS's second temperature controlled Port warehouse.
An expanded list of controlled ports, including SecureDigital, is included in the extensive list of device types supported.
Paid s of both camps described in detail the long-running dispute with the stakes running into the hundreds of millions of pesos-or even billions when one factors in the future business that the firm stands to generate as a third player in Manila's tightly controlled ports industry.
Specifically, they were requested 'to fix all defective facilities and put it in optimum level in all their controlled ports at all times to reduce unnecessary expense that is oftentimes a pass-on cost resulting in higher ticket prices and logistics cost.
On the basis of revenue share, Port contracts at union government controlled ports like Chidambaranar.
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