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seaport

[′sē‚pȯrt]
(civil engineering)
A harbor or town that has facilities for seagoing ships and is active in marine activities.
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East Coast and Gulf of Mexico seaports had equally impressive gains," he said.
1 Installation/removal of aids to navigation in the seaports of Vanino and Sovyetskaya Gavan of Khabarovsk Territory ;
Sharjah -- A contract to purchase new vessels for Sharjah seaports has been signed, in line with the directives of His Highness Dr Shaikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and the Ruler of Sharjah, to improve the economical development process in Sharjah in general and Sharjah seaports in particular.
Federal funding in, around seaports facilitates trade, commerce, jobs, security, environment
The eight Saudi seaports have handled a total of 72.
Riyadh The eight Saudi seaports have handled a total of 72.
Though Middle East region is pumping millions into construction of new seaports and expansion of existing facilities, the percentage of spending on security by port authorities continues to be minimal, says a report.
9 million maps and records for cities, airports, and seaports.
WASHINGTON - The House voted overwhelmingly Thursday to install radiation detectors at 22 major seaports, even as Democrats warned that millions of cargo containers entering the U.
Recently, it was reported that some of them rerouted their vessels to other neighboring seaports rather than being congested at Aqaba.
CNA also produces the recently-launched, tri-annual AAPA Seaports Magazine, a title that is targeted to professionals in the port industry.
Strategic Seaports are maritime installations designated to potentially support Department of Defense cargo shipments in support of contingencies.