subcharter

subcharter

(sʌbˈtʃɑːtə)
vb (intr)
(Commerce) to rent a chartered vehicle
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She will operate under charter to Cyprus-based Louis Cruise Lines, who will subcharter her to the British firm Thomson Holidays as the Thomson Spirit.
Triorient subchartered the M/V Handy Roseland (the Vessel), a ship owned by the Malaysia International Shipping Corporation (Malaysia Intl.), a Malaysian company, to transport the steel coils from the Port of Philadelphia to China.
Triorient then subchartered a vessel owned by Respondent, Malaysia International Shipping Corporation, a Malaysian company, to transport the coils, and hired a stevedoring company to load the coils in Philadelphia.
Louis sold the Sunbird (ex-Song of America) to a Norwegian investment company to operate for Med Cruises; the deal includes a 10-year charter back to Louis, which then subcharters the ship to Thomson Holidays as the Thomson Destiny.
He added passengers were later flown to Nice on an aircraft subchartered from JMC in Manchester.
The National Education Association, ACLU, People for the American Way, and other new subcharters formed to do their street fighting, as it were, have used name-calling to spread hatred and bigotry toward parents.