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CRANAGE. A toll paid for drawing merchandise out of vessels to the wharf, so called, because the instrument used for the purpose is called a crane. 8 Co. 46.

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Cllr Mike Cohen, member for Cranage Parish Council, suggested there is a lack of demand for silica sand - particularly in light of Sibelco's application to expand its Bent Farm quarry near Congleton.
Cranage is a UKAS accredited testing laboratory (Nr.1 833) for electrical and electronic products with a notary practice in Europe for CE marking and certification facilities in Canada and North America for worldwide product approval.
need to know | KATHERINE BAINBRIDGE stayed at The Vicarage Freehouse & Rooms, Knutsford Road, Cranage, CW4 8EF, as a guest of the owners.
Mr Cranage had more than 40 years of experience in regional newspapers including the Birmingham Mail, Birmingham Post and Express & Star.
Mr Cranage, who in his youth was a fine water polo player, retired to Lichfield where he concentrated on writing books, although none were ever published.
Financial services provider Santander UK disclosed on Tuesday that Santander Corporate & Commercial has provided funding of GBP540,000 to Shropshire-based Cranage EMC Testing Ltd, a provider of electrical product testing and certification solutions for manufacturers in the UK and abroad.
(MNHPI) sought permission to levy cranage fees in early 2013 as it deployed three quayside and rubber-tired gantry cranes.
The former conservatory business boss, 48, would meet Ms Lee, 54, for secret trysts near her cattery business at Cranage, Cheshire.
Available with electric, LPG or diesel motors, the platforms are designed for use inside buildings or externally, and are particularly suitable for situations where cranage is not available, access is restricted or fork lift trucks cause safety problems.
Sharpe's barrister Ruth Cranage urged Judge Benson to suspend any prison sentence so that Sharpe could undertake treatment provided by the Probation Service.
Winners will be announced at the group's first annual dinner, which is being held in Cheshire's Cranage Hall on June 5.
This comes after last year's major terminal expansion, opened by Ports Minister David Jamieson, which included a warehouse, new quay, cranage and equipment.