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something carried physically

Synonyms for cargo

goods carried by a large vehicle

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Bliss had the opportunity to deploy its general cargo and ABL from MOTCO to its new home in Japan on the same vessel.
Ethiopian Airlines plans to increase its cargo activities to meet the demands of the nation's fast-growing export market.
Hull and cargo insurers have argued that if an unsea-worthy condition caused or contributed to a casualty, the classification society is liable if the defect should have been discovered during a scheduled inspection.
The 1999 North American Cargo Securement Standard Model Regulation, which was published in May of that year, put forth general cargo securement requirements based on the results of a research study on the forces that could potentially act on cargo carried on a flatbed-like vehicle.
Continental handles more cargo in Houston than any other company, both nationally and internationally.
11 terrorist attacks amid reports that it fully inspects only 2 percent of the largely containerized cargo entering U.
Boisen, vice president, Continental Airlines Cargo Division.
During a press conference to announce the union, the SkyTeam Cargo Alliance Agreement was inked by the Mr.
China Cargo Airlines, the China Eastern Airlines/China Ocean Shipping Group joint venture, signed a 10-year, $28 million OnPoint Solutions agreement with GE covering overhaul and maintenance services on CF6-80C2 engines that will power the carrier's two 747-400Fs.
Our excellent rail and highway connections to major military installations make us a very cost-effective port for strategic and defense cargo.
Cargo accelerates at the same speed as the truck on which it is loaded.
shows signs of hope that intense scrutiny and expeditious cargo traffic tan coexist harmoniously, back in the United States, the Customs and Border Protection begins its incoming cargo inspection with review of shipping manifests.
If the necessary environmental permits don't delay the plans, Viracopos will receive US$100 million in investment during the next three years to modernize infrastructure of the cargo and passenger areas and to build a second, four-kilometer runway Its physical area will double to 17 million square meters from 8.
United Airlines won Airport Commission approval Tuesday for a 23-year lease at LAX after guaranteeing that its subcontractors will comply with the city's ``living wage'' ordinance, but its plans for expansion of cargo operations ran into environmental impact questions that delayed action.
I'm pleased to see additional safeguards for cargo security at the Port.