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transport capacity

[′tranz‚pȯrt kə‚pas·əd·ē]
(engineering)
The number of persons or the tonnage (or volume) of equipment which can be carried by a vehicle under given conditions.
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The fleet of five Beluga XL aircraft will provide Airbus, which has a wing plant in Broughton, Flintshire, with an additional 30% transport capacity.
Speaking at Gatwick airport, Ms Villiers said: "We continue to be very confident that HS2 is the right way forward in dealing with transport capacity restraints.
It is still "one of the biggest risks" to the event, according to the London Assembly Transport Committee, which is concerned about the amount of extra transport capacity needed, the Olympic Route Network (ORN) and the reliance on people changing their normal travel behaviour.
A key objective is a "cleaner" Danube with "greater cargo transport capacity," said the commissioner.
Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia commented: "The notorious lack of transport capacity is currently one of the major obstacles to gas competition in Germany.
Gassco R&D strategy for 2010-2015 focuses on safety and the environment, while strengthening the core business areas, which include gas quality and transport capacity, as well as pipelines and gas processing plants.
Summary: Chakib Khelil, Algeria's Energy Minister has said in an interview with Arabies magazine that Algeria is set to increase the current gas transport capacity by over 50% by 2013, and a total of $5bn will be invested to that end.
Zhone Technologies said On Telecoms selected its GigaMux optical transport suite, ensuring scalable, secure C/DWDM transport capacity and simplified management requirements.
This raised CSA's transport capacity by 59% but the company was not ready for this in business terms.
Powered by three engines, the MCH-101 boasts higher safety levels and flying capabilities, and a roomier cabin with enhanced transport capacity and a configuration that boosts operational efficiency.
There are numerous opportunities in trade, agriculture and tourism that Botswana and its regional partners could exploit with enhanced transport capacity," says Mogae.

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