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package in a container


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In Part 1 the book runs up to the 1960s and is thematic; the ports, the ships, the companies and the business culture before the great impact of containerisation.
Before detailing the containerisation approach, it is important to understand the transforming corporate data landscape.
The Containerisation International award was received on behalf of the UAE Region by DP World's Europe and Russia regional office, while the Sustainability Initiative Award was received by the UAE Region's training and systems senior manager Adel Al Mulla and regional health, safety and environment manager Rodney McCulloch.
uk THEATRE: Taxi driver John Evans's play about life as a Liverpool docker as containerisation looms in the 1980s.
1 among the Caribbean's top 23 container terminals by Containerisation Intl 2006, based on the total volume of containers of 20-ft equivalent units (TEUs) passing through each port for the year, reports The Jamaica Gleaner (Jan.
5,'s sales director, said today that the firm was experiencing delays in shipping goods to South Africa, because of a pilot scheme of containerisation.
Multi-trade shipping line Safmarine, Durban, South Africa, has launched the 2006 promotion of its enhanced Transpacific service at the Containerisation International Liner Shipping and China Conference in Ningbo, China.
JOLODA HYDRAROLL LTD, designer, manufacturer and installer of loading handling and logistics systems for the transport, containerisation and industrial sectors is exhibiting at this year's CV Show Hall 6, Stand 559.
The contract covers the turnkey supply of 67 robotics containerisation systems for handling mail.
While steel-hulled, motorised ships, introduced at the end of the 19th century, ended the more romantic era of sail, perhaps the largest impact came from containerisation.
Nedlloyd Lines was formed in 1970 when five Dutch shipping companies joined forces to prepare for containerisation.
The increased emphasis on containerisation has changed the topography of port cities all over the world.
The study was a diagnostic analysis of the current situation, aimed at identifying what constraints stand in the way of development of containerisation and multimodal transport.
Acording to a white paper by Owens, Cisco is partnering with Red Hat in the use of SDN and "application-optimised infrastructure" for automating network configuration and to address other shortcomings related to containerisation.
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