stevedore


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stevedore

a person employed to load or unload ships
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Metropolitan Stevedore for the single day of April 22, 1995.
80 a day, conflicts proliferated between supervisors and stevedores, and strikes and violence occurred in 1855.
These courts also interpreted this standard to require a continuing duty on the part of the vessel owner to inspect the cargo operations of the stevedore once started.
Stevedores will need to work harder to win or retain their customers, with benefits flowing through to shipping lines, importers, and exporters.
damages caused by the equipment used by the stevedore or its employees.
On the other side of the city, the 6,000-member Sindicato dos Estivadores de Santos, or stevedores union, were holding one of their most bitter strikes, brandishing a coffin bearing Ribamar's name on it.
In the Industry Leader contest conducted by the Federal Sea and River Transport Agency, Trade Port Posiet AO won the Best Stevedore Company (Sea) nomination.
Finnish stevedores have reportedly ended their strike and were returning to Finnish ports on Monday morning (18 April).
the primary responsibility for the safety of the longshoremen rests upon the stevedore.
The Port of Los Angeles will provide transportation for the participants to Vallejo and a $20,000 sponsorship from Metropolitan Stevedore Co.
The report notes that as a result of substantial investments by new entrants there is now infrastructure in place to support a third stevedore in each of the three largest container ports in Australia.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-15 April 2005-Negotiations to end Finnish stevedore strike to continue after weekend - report(C)1994-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.