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cargo ship

[′kär·gō ‚ship]
(naval architecture)
A power-driven ship employed exclusively in commercial transportation of commodities on the ocean and large inland bodies of water. Also known as cargo liner.
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The worlds third largest cargo carrier has a wealth of experience in the air freight business and offers cargo capacity on a young and modern fleet of 23 freighters including belly-hold services to a global network using more than 180 passenger aircraft.
John Fisher, technical director at scientific instrument manufacturers Lacerta Technology Ltd, is one of the two judges of the Cargo Carrier Challenge category.
It addresses exemptions for cargo carriers from strict FAA rules governing how much rest pilots need between flights, among other things.
The cargo carrier separated from the rocket at an altitude of about 288 kilometers about 15 minutes later.
The first H-IIB was launched in September 2009, with Kounotori, which was a demonstration flight of the HTV, the cargo carrier.
The political climate in countries involved in transit should be given more consideration than the cargo carrier in pricing cargo coverage.
American Airlines is the nation's largest international passenger carrier and fifth-largest cargo carrier.
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The cargo carrier was recognised for its leadership and innovation in the air freight industry
Three ships, Oil Tanker 'Glorious' Bulk Cargo carrier 'Young Hormony' and Gas carrier Ejnan sailed out to sea on Wednesday morning, while two more ships, General Cargo carrier Da Liang and Bulk Cargo carrier Union Explorer are expected to sail on same day in the afternoon.
Since the launch of QR Pharma in 2014, the cargo carrier has invested considerably in quality handling, infrastructure, facilities, people and procedures at each of its pharma destinations, underpinning the need for high operating standards for transportation of pharmaceuticals and healthcare products.
Summary: Emirates SkyCargo, the freight division of Emirates, has been named Air Cargo Carrier of the Year, at the 2012 Global Freight Awards held in London.