heavy-lift cargo

heavy-lift cargo

1. Any single cargo lift, weighing over 5 long tons, and to be handled aboard ship.
2. In Marine Corps usage, individual units of cargo that exceed 800 pounds in weight or 100 cubic feet in volume.
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Aeros' proprietary COSH buoyancy management system overcomes a historical limitation of airships regarding their need for external ballast, and now permits the aircraft type to engage in a broad set of new missions including long-range, heavy-lift cargo transport.
GLOBAL shipping lines that carry breakbulk and heavy-lift cargo had to navigate choppy waters in 2014, not for lack of cargo, but for rates that were too low for them to make a profit.
Meanwhile, the port is upgrading City Dock 32 in the turning basin to handle the growth of breakbulk and heavy-lift cargo imports it expects for these projects.
Air Force heavy-lift cargo aircraft all over the world
A new aviation entity with heavy-lift cargo capability is taking to the skies of Northern Ontario this fall.
Visiongain provides forecasts for the period 2012-2022 in terms of value (US$) and units for the global military helicopter market, as well as for 7 submarkets (Attack Helicopters, Reconnaissance Helicopters, Heavy-Lift Cargo Helicopters, Medium Utility Helicopters, Light Utility Helicopters, Maritime Helicopters, and Search and Rescue Helicopters) of the military helicopter market.
The Inventor, built in 1964, was one of four heavy-lift cargo liners built for the Harrison Line.
Our product which we call 'slipper' is a play on words, because it's lighter than the original 'shoe' program," said Dan Page, Boeing's marketing representative for the C-17 heavy-lift cargo airplane, which is made by Boeing.
Green Diesel Project, Abu Dhabi Overview: ALE successfully completed the receiving and delivery of various heavy-lift cargo for the Green Diesel Project in Ruwais, Abu Dhabi.
Jack Garland is one of 15 public airports in Canada and one of four in Ontario with a runway capable of landing any size aircraft, including heavy-lift cargo planes.
Recent studies examining life-cycle cost showed the RS-68 is best suited for NASA's heavy-lift cargo requirements.
Using the shuttle's massive external tank and reliable boosters to develop a heavy-lift cargo ship, which could be used to complete the International Space Station and to lift the heavier spacecraft required for voyages beyond low Earth orbit (and possibly open up opportunities for tourism and industrial activity, such as orbital hotels and lunar and asteroid refineries).