However, in long term the ultimate objective of corporation is to increase and sustain deadweight
carrying capacity of over 1.5 million tons by 2025.
In long term the ultimate object of corporation is to enhance and maintain deadweight
carrying capacity of over 1.5 million tons by 2025, the sources added.
This started a lively debate among economists whether and to what extent in-kind gifts actually entail a deadweight
The Ardmore Endurance, Ardmore Explorer and Ardmore Engineer are 49,500 deadweight
tonne Eco-Design IMO 2/3 MR product / chemical tankers build by STX Offshore and Shipbuilding Co.
An examination of the likely deadweight
losses from these policies along with the arguments put forward by their supporters shows that Becker's theory of competition provides a useful framework for understanding why farm subsidies have been so resilient.
Capesize vessels are large-sized bulk carriers typically above 150,000 deadweight
tons (DWT) generally used in transporting iron ore, coal and commodity raw materials.
The vessels are a 3,300 deadweight
ton PSV and a 4,000 deadweight
ton PSV, both modern, high-spec boats equipped with dynamic positioning level 2.
This ineffectiveness is called "deadweight
" effect and we will analyze this effect in the case of the Czech and Slovak Republics.
"Beltex fits my system perfectly; organic lamb must be sold deadweight
and as there's usually a bit of a wait to secure a slot at the slaughterhouse, finding a breed that doesn't go stale once it has reached optimum weight is essential," he said.
The breaker needs to be mounted on a conventional excavator of at least 40 tons deadweight
. This allows the breaker to be rapidly deployed to various areas of a quarry to carry out a range of breaking work.