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STEVEDORE. A person employed in loading and unloading vessels. Dunl. Adm. Pr. 98. Vide Arrameurs; Sac

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As reported by the vice-governor Alexander Kostenko, at the moment such a contract has already been signed with one of the 12 stevedores engaged in transshipment of coal in Nakhodka.
decedent's exposure while working for New Orleans Stevedores and
Increased reliability and excellent after sales care, combined with the new truck configuration has benefitted Solent Stevedores and its blue chip client.
Chapters 1 to 3 begin with two petitions, one in 1834 with stevedores and carpenters vying for a mutual aid society, and another for the unionization of longshoremen in 1845.
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The 599th Trans Group and the ROKA Port Operations Group worked in a combined environment to execute the efficient use of stevedores, equipment, port facilities, coastal shipping and other assets to ensure throughput of cargo, said Which Wilson, 599th Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations.
Services: Ceres Terminals Incorporated is one of the largest stevedores and marine terminal operators in North America.
When the containers are stacked seven or eight levels high, stevedores don't want to go on top, said Roenbeck.
Violence flared in the Caribbean port of Limon when riot police clashed with some 300 former stevedores who were demanding payment of C775 million (US$2.
Run by Patrick stevedores, East Swanston is one of several docks around Australia that have been blockaded by picketing port workers since Patrick announced two weeks ago its entire 1,400-strong unionized workforce was sacked and would be replaced by 400 nonunionized staff.
Thus, in these cases the Fifth Circuit applied a Scindia standard of negligence that recognizes stevedores as experts who can either avoid or rectify certain hazardous conditions on board the ship.