transshipment


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trans·ship

(trăns-shĭp′) also tran·ship (trăn-shĭp′)
tr. & intr.v. trans·shipped, trans·ship·ping, trans·ships also tran·shipped or tran·ship·ping or tran·ships
To transfer or be transferred from one conveyance to another for reshipment or reexport.

trans·ship′ment n.
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Noun1.transshipment - the transfer from one conveyance to another for shipmenttransshipment - the transfer from one conveyance to another for shipment
transfer, transferral, transportation, conveyance, transport - the act of moving something from one location to another
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transshipment

[trænsˈʃɪpmənt] Ntransbordo m
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Fuzzy demands Location ([a.sub.i], [b.sub.i], Holding cost Replenishment [L.sub.i] [c.sub.i], [d.sub.i]) [H.sub.i] cost [C.sub.i] [l.sub.1] (5, 8, 17, 20) 7 10 [L.sub.2] (3, 6, 15, 18) 8 15 [L.sub.3] (8, 12, 17, 20) 7 13 [L.sub.4] (6, 8, 15, 18) 9 12 Location Transshipment cost [L.sub.i] [C.sub.i,j] [l.sub.1] [C.sub.1,2] = 6, [C.sub.1,3] = 6, [C.sub.1,4] = 5 [L.sub.2] [C.sub.2,1] = 6, [C.sub.2,3] = 5, [C.sub.2,4] = 5 [L.sub.3] [C.sub.3,1] = 6, [C.sub.3,2] = 5, [C.sub.3,4] = 6 [L.sub.4] [C.sub.4,1] = 5, [C.sub.4,2] = 5, [C.sub.4,3] = 6 Table II: Configurations of minimum service level [[beta].sub.i].
(ADPnews) - Jan 27, 2010 - Swiss combined freight operator Hupac AG has re-opened its transshipment terminal at the Belgian port of Antwerp, a central facility in Hupac's Europe-wide network, after its modernisation.
Now that the United Arab Emirates has started cracking down on banned exports to Iran, Malaysia is reported to be the main new transshipment point the Islamic Republic is using.
China has shown determination in combating counterfeiting while Hong Kong needs to focus on control of transshipment from China to prevent re-exporting fake goods, a European Union customs commissioner said Wednesday.
The six month ban, which is to end on June 28, has proved effective in preventing transshipment and falsification of certificate of origin, the maritime and fisheries ministry said.
The transshipment model proposed in this paper is designed to assist NFP organizations in determining how to best maximize revenues from donated goods.
Fallout could be felt in four main areas: container transshipment, international mainline box services to and from Florida, regional cargo services to the Caribbean and tanker shipping.
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands Administration plans to develop a container transshipment terminal with the Free Trade Warehousing Zone in South Bay, Great Nicobar Island, to provide Indian shippers an alternative to the Colombo, Singapore and Port Klang (Malaysia) transshipment ports.
In March 2019, the volume of cargo transshipment from Georgia through the ports of Turkey amounted to 695,283 tons,Trendreports referring to the Turkish Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure.
The prospect of the country raking in revenues of P50-billion to P80-billion yearly has propelled various groups, including public officials, to propel plans for the construction of an economic zone and transshipment port in Tawi-Tawi.
Riyadh, 14 January 2019 SPA -- Saudi Ports Authority (MAWANI)) reported that the total number of transshipment containers in Saudi ports incoming and outgoing during 2018 reached 2,086,813 containers compared with the same period of the previous year 2017, amounting to 1,931,874 containers, an increase by 8%.