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tankship

[′taŋk‚ship]
(naval architecture)
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These two tankships are part of the third phase of a procedure aimed at upgrading the fleet.
172) Overseas Tankship (UK) Ltd v Miller Steamship Co Pty Ltd; The Wagon Mound [No 2] [1967] 1 AC 617, 643 (Lord Reid); Mahonv v J Kruschich (Demolitions) Pty Ltd (1985) 156 CLR 522, where there was liability for reasonably foreseeable kinds of damage; Griffiths v Kerkemeyer (1977) 139 CLR 161, where there was liability for the market value of reasonably foreseeable gratuitous care.
Such charge was taken primarily to reduce the carrying value of three offshore break-bulk freighters, and, to a lesser extent, the carrying values of one offshore tankship and six inland tank barges to their fair market or economic values.
121, Kirby is reducing the carrying value of its three offshore break-bulk freighters, and, to a lesser extent, the carrying value of one offshore tankship.
Trading is in line with management expectations with three divisions, Marine Support, Specialist Technical and Tankships continuing to trade well.
2012) (stating that an MSDS, without an explanation of its scientific basis, is not sufficient support for a causation opinion); Coastal Tankships, U.
On tankships LNG bunker tanks can be positioned on deck, ensuring that the underdeck cargo-carrying capacity of the vessel is not compromised in any way.
The widely-accepted modern definition of contractual duress comes from Lord Scarman in the 1983 British case of Universe Tankships Inc.
Under the takeover deal, Clipper Group and its unit Clipper Tankships A/S will convert their interests in five shipowning companies into a 31% ownership in Nordic Tankers.
The two-pronged theory of duress that emerges from Lord Scarman's celebrated speech in Universe Tankships v International Transport Workers Federation ('The Universe Sentinel') (10) can, in principle, accommodate lawful-act duress claims comfortably within its structure and analysis, and according to what motivates the law's theory of duress.
5p) has taken a leading position in tankships and increased its focus on higher-value marine services.
5p) has a leading position in tankships and increased its focus on higher-value marine services.