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P&O has a series of agreements with cruise ship operators at Massachusetts Port Authority's Black Falcon Cruise Terminal for stevedoring services and another with the terminal operator at Boston Auto Port for the loading and unloading of automobiles.
Until World War II, ammunition was treated as all other commodities flowing through an ocean terminal.
The new, state-of the-art terminal, and increased service into and out of New York City, is the latest improvement to JFK, and will help secure the City's position as the world's greatest place to visit and do business.
The NTAVO PXE terminal (NTA-6010P) addresses the need to integrate remote accessibility into networked terminals with the Pre-boot Execution Environment (PXE).
Most of the best deals in these terminals are same-day discounts; no one plans a family trip for next year at Lawson, but budget-minded businesspeople, the backpacking set and couples looking for an upscale place to "rest" may check the terminals on a whim to see what's available that day.
Building a new terminal would replace an aging facility that is only 300 feet from the main runway.
Thrane & Thrane is the clear technology and industry leader in the area of BGAN and rugged, terminal engineering.
Reactivate the historic terminal as a waterfront gateway that serves as a well-conceived transportation terminal and a mixed-use community hub.
The Airport Authority now is looking at selling or leasing the 59-acre property where the terminal was to go.
The DIT 6040A thin client terminal helps increase the enterprise-wide benefits of thin client implementations by enabling reliable server-based computing solutions to a wide range of applications.
The project was done by JFK International Air Terminal LLC, a private consortium consisting of Schiphol USA, the U.