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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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SeaPort Airlines celebrated its first birthday on June 30, 2009, and this marks the airline's first major expansion outside the Pacific Northwest, where the carrier currently serves Boeing Field in Seattle, Wash.
Seaport Capital is a New York City-based private equity firm that invests in recurring revenue companies operating in the communications, information and business services sectors.
Eisma said the SBMA Seaport Department collected a total of P1,173,720,042 in revenue in the January-to-December period last year, compared to the P1.
Aptiv PLC (NYSE: APTV), a global technology company focused on the development and commercialisation of advanced mobility solutions, has opened a new technology centre in Boston's Seaport district.
Adam's approach to banking fits perfectly with Seaport Global's strategy of providing seamless integrated banking, sales & trading and research services to our corporate and buy-side clients.
Vore said, 'I am delighted to become part of Seaport Global and look forward to continuing to build the investment banking and capital markets business that is well entrenched in the firm's roots.
Skanska AB (STO:SKAB) announced on Tuesday the signing of a lease with Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc for about 150,000 square feet, 14,000 square metres, at its 121 Seaport office development in Boston, US.
A deal has been inked, in the Szczecin Seaport, for the project of Improving the railway access to seaports of Szczecin and ?
27 January 2017 - US-based technology and digital services company Octo Consulting Group has acquired the SeaPort business unit of US-based digital services firm Aquilent, including operation of SeaPort-e, the company said.
The seaport also acted as an export point for Kuwaiti products.
Fortis Property Group has launched 1 Seaport, designed by Goldstein Hill & West Architects.
Distribution center and warehouse occupancy levels have reached historic highs, while expensive construction and labor costs keep new development sparse in many seaport industrial real estate markets, reported JLL, Chicago.