port running

port running

n.
The practice of openly evading a customs inspection at a port of entry by refusing to stop one's vehicle when requested.

port runner n.
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The speed of clearing ships and moving 20-foot equivalent units or containers to their destinations really matters at a busy port running on global standards such as this one; so they really need talented staff to ensure efficient operations around the clock.
They say they will try to keep the port running and can ease the crisis by lifting import restrictions if they seize it.
As a result of its efforts to become more ecofriendly than ever before, ACT continues to be the only port running on the ISO 14001:2015-certified Environmental Management System (EMS) in Jordan and the first terminal in the Middle East and only the second outside of Europe to operate under the coveted EcoPort label with an effective Port Environmental Review System.
Their skill and dedication has kept the port running efficiently and effectively," he added.
The five-mile race in Capenhurst, hosted by Ellesmere Port Running Club, attracted a record 367 finishers.
But to keep the port running required workers getting to the places they were needed, and that required the Ovee.
The result is a contract amenable to both sides and the return to work during this holiday season for thousands of men and women who are vital to keeping our port running around the clock.
Other highlights were First Lieutenant and Burton Port running such good races in the RSA Chase and Gold Cup and I thought Colman Sweeney gave Salsify the most brilliant ride to win the Foxhunter Chase.
Crowe, representing Ellesmere Port Running Club, was crowned champion after clocking a winning time of 15 minutes 48 seconds.
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