ship-to-shore


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ship-to-shore

[ˌʃɪptəˈʃɔːʳ] adj (radio) → per le comunicazioni da bordo a terra
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Lot 1 relates to the supply of up to 3 electrically powered ship-to-shore gantry cranes, to be used in the unloading and loading of containers to/from ocean-going vessels.
The addition of a fifth ship-to-shore crane will further enhance our service performance by reducing the time taken to transfer containers from port to road and rail for UK distribution.
This includes the new apron, linear quay, expansion of the back-up area, container yards, warehouses and the installation of new equipment like ship-to-shore cranes and rubber-tyred gantries over the pre-agreed concession period.
Marine Corps engineers have made headway on improving communications, a major enabling factor for successful ship-to-shore logistics, said Maj.
JLOTS is a key enabler to many Combatant Commander Operations Plans (OPLANS), and allows a heavy force to be moved from ship-to-shore without the benefit of a modern deep water port.
The existing Terex reach stacker product line will be joined by the Fantuzzi product range that includes Noell-branded straddle carders, both Fantuzzi- and Noell-branded rail and rubber tired gantry cranes, mobile harbor cranes, ship-to-shore cranes, and reach stackers and forklift trucks.
The equipment, shipped from Shanghai, China, included three ship-to-shore cranes and six Rubber-Tyre Gantry Cranes (RTGs).
When completed it will join the five ship-to-shore cranes already on site and will boost efficiency since it can handle two containers simultaneously, Koornstra explained.
The Straddle Carrier is used for container stacking, transport of containers from the Ship-to-Shore crane to the yard and for the loading and unloading of trucks.
She used a new system called HiSeasNet, which allows high-data ship-to-shore communications in real time.
Brows, gangways, or ramps from the ship-to-shore or ship-to-ways or to dry-dock side, shall be provided in sufficient number to permit the rapid egress, under emergency conditions, of all personnel on board.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries will supply three ship-to-shore gantry cranes, eight rubber-tired gantry transfer cranes, and two rail-mounted gantry cranes for unloading and loading to railroad trains.