These sample phrases are automatically selected from various online information sources to reflect the current use of the word “Dock”. The opinions expressed in the examples do not reflect the opinion of Merriam-Webster or its editors. Since the arrival of container ships in the 1960s, with their need for giant cranes and open acres of docks, the 43 deep-sea “finger docks” on San Francisco`s northeast waterfront have largely become an anachronism. First of all, so that all the walkers of the Sayd Kingdoms and counties can come to our Kingdom of England, and everywhere else to our reign with their Goods, which will certainly make our defense and protection more expensive, without paying dock, bridging or breading. Container Pool An agreement between the parties that allows for the efficient use and delivery of containers; a joint supply from the shipper with containers that are available to the shipper if necessary. Wharf Fee: A fee charged by a wharf or wharf owner for the handling of incoming or outgoing goods. “Kai.” dictionary Merriam-Webster.com, Merriam-Webster, www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/wharfage. Accessed December 20, 2020. Direct agreement of the lender between the parties to a concession or BOT agreement (government or port authority and special purpose vehicle [SPV] or terminal operator) and the lenders (usually banks or a consortium of banks) defining the rights and obligations of the lenders vis-à-vis the government or the port authority with regard to facilitating the financing of a port project. The direct agreement of the lender is used in the event of a proposal to terminate the concession contract to persuade the lenders to make the debt available to the SPV or the operator in accordance with the financing documents. These rights and obligations generally include assignment rights relating to the concession and land lease, priority rights relating to the repayment of the debt and rights to intervene in the event of termination due to a breach of contract by the SPV or the operator. Whether the kaiage is calculated or not depends on the item transported by the terminal.

Some goods and vehicles are released from the dock. For example, stowage equipment used to load or unload goods in a port was excluded from the wharf. What drove you to look for the dock? Please let us know where you read or heard it (including the quote, if possible). Britannica English: Translation of wharfage for Arabic Speakers Good international practice term used in contracts, i.e. the exercise of the degree of skill, diligence and prudence which, in order to meet internationally recognised performance standards, would reasonably be exercised by an experienced person with all applicable qualifications and carrying out the same type of activity in the same or similar circumstances. . . .