loading dock

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Noun1.loading dock - a platform where trucks or trains can be loaded or unloadedloading dock - a platform where trucks or trains can be loaded or unloaded
platform - a raised horizontal surface; "the speaker mounted the platform"
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An unimpeded loading dock space is critical in ensuring warehouse teams can complete their work seamlessly.
We know that your food processing loading dock and warehouse operations can get out of hand despite your best efforts.
By combining RFID, GPS and sensor technologies, the software provides real-time yard and loading dock visibility, full automation and optimization from the time a vehicle approaches the inbound gate to the time it exits the outbound gate.
Salvo[TM] is a system that restrains vehicles at loading docks while loading or unloading occurs.
DSS is also easy to use because it uses the trapped key concept, so that the loading dock door cannot be opened until the trailer brakes are locked.
According to the application prepared by Campanelli Companies of Braintree, loading docks and parking spaces will be added to the 31,410-square-foot building at the address off Route 20.
Blue Giant is a global leader in the design, manufacture, and distribution of loading dock systems.
Trucking industry workers who have had regular exposure to vehicle exhaust on highways, city streets and loading docks have an elevated risk of lung cancer.
The drive to reduce the amount of time it takes to move product from the manufacturer to the store shelf is particularly intense at the loading dock, he says.
The facility features 24-foot clear ceiling heights, 36- by 40-foot bays, three drive-in doors, 22 loading docks and parking for over 65 cars.