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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Contract notice: Ea supply waste collection vehicles equipped with rear loading.
Fully equipped hooded kitchen with rear loading dock.
The rear loading sill is just 620mm off the ground and the luggage bay gets securing lugs, a pair of coat hooks, a luggage net and strap, and a deep storage compartment on the left-hand side of the load area.
At present, we have one front load truck on order, and plan to order long haul trucks, roll-off chassis and rear loading trucks in the next year.
The rear loading bay also comes with a myriad of hooks and rails for securing items plus a hand-detachable towbar, roof bars to accommodate a bicycle carrier, ski carrier or roof box.
The rear loading bay also comes with myriad hooks and rails for securing items plus a hand-detachable towbar, roof bars to accommodate a bicycle carrier, ski carrier or roof box.
For those who need the space, the estate version offers the same luxury with the advantage of a huge rear loading bay in the style of a classic estate.
Firstly, service intervals have been stretched to up to 25,000 miles and it has the widest panel van load bay in its market sector, plus having the lowest rear loading height.
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.
The armed robbers are believed to have entered the rear loading bay doors, walking through the storeroom to avoid security, before hitting the store manager over the head.
Aircraft in the Maximus fleet are customized for rear loading and have roof gantrycranes installed.
MRR says it uses leakproof/airtight transport containers--both top and rear loading.