secondary port


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secondary port

A port with one or more berths, normally at quays, which can accommodate ocean-going ships for discharge.
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NamPort's facilities serve as a secondary port of call for the region, with some regional competition, though NamPort has competitive services, efficiency and strong links to the hinterland.
Opinion ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 Locals in the area have long pushed for the construction of a secondary port in a nearby town that is 15 to 25 minutes away.
Contract notice: Overhaul of the secondary port berths.
The injury occurred at insertion of the supra-pubic secondary port.
With the railway line nearing completion, the Namibia Ports Authority will look to enhance the profile of its secondary port, which should effectively see it manage zinc, and lead concentrate exports as well as graphite, should the Aukam mining project come into fruition.
Upon insertion, you note active bleeding at one of the secondary port sites.
A secondary port in the region might be able to get away with it," he said.
By 1830 Melaka's glory as a Malay and European company port had passed; Penang also was to become a secondary port as Singapore rose as the main entrepot in the region.
Primary and secondary inlets feed air to the engine, with the secondary port opening at 3,600 rpm.
The secondary port, sealed with a tethered 38-430 mm closure, also provides convenient venting when filling or pouring through the front opening and may be used to mount a septum closure.
The two-port procedure, involving a 10-mm operative laparoscope and a 5-mm secondary port, was used in 40 surgeries; the remaining 110 surgeries used the three-port procedure, with 5-mm cannulas at all sites.