break-bulk

break-bulk

(brāk′bŭlk′)
adj.
Having, being, or related to shipments of goods packed in small, separable units.
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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.
The free port has 15 piers and wharves that can serve various purposes from transshipment of containerized and break-bulk cargoes, fuels and lubricants, grains and fertilizer, as well as service vessels and passengers.
They pointed out that there is no plan for break-bulk and bulk cargo, which is important for Davao City.
These solutions provide customers with the flexibility to quickly screen break-bulk freight and consolidated air cargo, even in densely packed skids.
The agenda of the two-day summit will deliver a hard-hitting programme of conference sessions designed to promote trade development, examine supply chain management systems and discuss port efficiency, with a number of exciting new panel discussions covering break-bulk, project cargo and heavy lift, waterborne tourism and marina development, as well as the introduction of a special Africa focus.
UOS, providing marine transportation services for dry bulk and break-bulk commodities in the US, operates two handysize bulkers and four tug/barge units.
10-MV, with 1 M x 1 M tunnel, is ideal for inspecting break-bulk freight and packages.
Headquartered in New Orleans, Intermarine, LLC, is a worldwide leader in ocean transportation of project and break-bulk cargos.
Two more initiatives being used by the container management program are the Equipment Deployment Storage Systems Maintenance Program and usage of general and special service tenders for inland movements of break-bulk cargo.
The recent rehabilitation of the Nieuwe Haven Port has made it one of the best in the Caribbean, and last year IPS won a 15-year concession to operate a container and break-bulk terminal at Nieuwe Haven.
IPS holds a concession for a container and break-bulk terminal in Nieuwe Haven Port, while SPS owns a private break-bulk facility, both in Paramaribo.