rear loading

rear loading

An aircraft or helicopter provided with a door(s) and a ramp for loading from the rear portion of the aircraft. The same load may also be dropped from the rear. See ramp (iii).
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The pair, wearing motorcycle crash helmets, sneaked into the Shard End branch of Iceland through the rear loading bay as a security guard was making his rounds and threatened the 29-year-old guard and staff with hammers.
MRR says it uses leakproof/airtight transport containers--both top and rear loading. Each container measures 24 feet by 8 feet by 8 feet.
Models are available both in SP version with front loading, and in SPT version with rear loading from an integrated lift table.
It contains an employee cafeteria, as well as an outdoor dining patio, raised floors, backup generator a UPS system, new electrical systems and rear loading docks.
The premises also benefit from front and rear loading yard.
The property incorporates a rear loading bay with a four ton gantry crane.
* Adjustable design allows for front, side or rear loading
The new vehicle is an adaptation from SEV's Easyloader range fitted with side and rear loading ramps--the low floor height of the vehicle dispenses with the need for a tail lift operation, removing the associated health and safety issues as well as facilitating and speeding up distribution operations--enabling the 3.8m long vehicle to carry up to five Dolav box pallets or 10 Eurobin buggies which can be easily wheeled on and off by the operator.
The premises, right, provide a mid-terraced unit of steel portal frame construction with office and staff facilities to the front plus car parking and a rear loading area with hard standing.
Its two-slot, 6U subrack permits front and rear loading, and it is compliant with IEEE 1101.10 and 1101.11.