loading space

loading space

[′lōd·iŋ ‚spās]
(engineering)
Space in a compression mold for holding the plastic molding material before it is compressed.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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This new site has car parking and loading space with useable warehouse and office space of circa 54,000 square foot.
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Building 7, which includes offices, cold storage, warehouse, and loading space, was most recently utilized by Symrise as a part of its US customer service center, for warehousing and distributing products throughout North America, and for blending and manufacturing aromas, fragrances, and flavor products.
Utility is provided by rear seats that have a one-motion, dive down feature instantaneously creating a flat loading space, as well as a unique cargo floor that can either conceal items stored beneath it or be dropped down to reveal the under-floor compartment.
Even the short wheelbase model has enough loading space to take up to three sports bikes in the back.
A resulting lack of loading space on Glebeland Street has led to delivery lorries stopping in the middle of the street.
The solution was to increase loading space and when Premier was able to replace the first machine, Bradman Lake custom-built a new SL80 to their requirements with a 3-metre loading section on an extended product infeed.