break-bulk

break-bulk

(brāk′bŭlk′)
adj.
Having, being, or related to shipments of goods packed in small, separable units.
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Dy Buco said preshipment inspection was already being done for bulk and break-bulk cargo.
He noted that the project will not only provide increased container handling capacity in the Port of Walvis Bay, but will also increase the port's bulk and break-bulk handling capacity by freeing up the existing container terminal to become a multi-purpose terminal.
LGL, a US and foreign flag vessel operator and charterer, transports rolling stock, vehicles, heavy equipment, helicopters, tracked vehicles, household goods, containers, and break-bulk commodities.
The acquisition of Fraser Surrey Docks complements DP World's footprint in Canada and provides an attractive platform to better serve our customers' break-bulk and dry bulk requirements.
Marhaba Express, a joint venture between Gold Star Line and Sarjak Container Lines, recently commenced its liner break-bulk service connecting west coast of India and the Arabian Gulf namely, Nhava Sheva, Mundra, Duqm, Jebel Ali, Abu Dhabi, Shuhaiba, Umm Qasr, Dammam, Sohar and Nhava Sheva.
Muscat: Marhaba Express, a joint venture between Gold Star Line and Sarjak Container Lines, recently commenced its liner break-bulk service connecting West Coast of India and the Arabian Gulf namely, Nhava Sheva, Mundra, Duqm, Jebel Ali, Abu Dhabi, Shuhaiba, Umm Qasr, Dammam, Sohar and Nhavasheva.
Whilst their volume of RORO vessels handled had increased by 136%, the multi services provided by the port has pushedits activities, which were previously centered around RORO and passenger ship operations, to bulk, break-bulk, ship supply services, repairs and layups.
Break-bulk cargo pieces that don't fit into a container, such as vehicles or turbines was down 17% in the first quarter.
ATI's terminals handle containerized and non-containerized cargoes, bulk and break-bulk cargoes, roll-on/roll-off shipment and passengers.
GSM is the dominant break-bulk stevedoring company at the Port of Houston, which is the largest break-bulk port in the United States.
Port de Sete is a deep draft port, handling frozen, chilled, general and break-bulk cargo, containers and livestock alongside cruise and ferry terminals, a marina, cement handling facilities and an agro-industrial complex.