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Synonyms for wharf

a platform built out from the shore into the water and supported by piles

provide with a wharf

store on a wharf

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discharge at a wharf

come into or dock at a wharf

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moor at a wharf

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The piers and wharves are undeniably the biggest assets of Subic Bay Freeport and our seaport generates the biggest income among all SBMA units,' Eisma told a press briefing here.
The free port has 15 piers and wharves that can serve various purposes from transshipment of containerized and break-bulk cargoes, fuels and lubricants, grains and fertilizer, as well as service vessels and passengers.
Ahmad Maslan adds, "The two new wharves are liquid jetties that can accommodate ships of up to 110,000 DWT.
After the dredging is completed, the wharves at the No.
6 container center with two wharves begging operations, allowing calls of 12,500-TEU container ships.
To the two schemes built in the '80s - China Wharf near Tower Bridge, and Cascades east of Canary Wharf(1) - they have added Dundee, at Limehouse, west of Canary Wharf, and another under construction at Batson's and Regent's Wharves south of Cascades.
We must wait until summer 1999 for completion of Batson's and Regent's Wharves.
SCI"), has successfully completed the security/surveillance upgrade contract for Fraser Wharves Ltd.
Japan will be assisting two new general cargo wharves with US$205 million loan from Official Development Assistance (ODA) for constructions at the Myanmar International Terminals Thilawa (MITT) port.
Han Sein, deputy minister for transport, said, We will construct two new wharves at Thilawa port using a loan from ODA with the supervision of ministry of transport.
Taipei, June 2, 2011 (CENS) -- The Kaohsiung Harbor Bureau has resolved to spend NT$2 billion to rebuild wharves, including the dredging of three wharves at the No.
KWL) to deploy terminal management and container handling software on their facilities on the public wharves in the Port of Kingston, Jamaica.
The system consists of a network of video cameras that is being installed at each one of the 42 ferry wharves.