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Now we have a starting point to determine what clamp tonnage is correct for this mold.
This could be due to the increase in the overall gross tonnage in the fleet which could have led to the increase of the tonnage tax.
Carriers continue to tell LM that demand and tonnage remain fairly decent, especially when taking the slowly recovering economy and seasonality components into account.
The United States Supreme Court in Polar Tankers held, in a 7-2 opinion (though the simplicity of that figure obscures the fact that the Court split along multiple lines), that a tax imposed by the City of Valdez, Alaska, on ships making use of its harbor was an unconstitutional levy imposed for the privilege of using Valdez's ports, and was consequently a violation of the Tonnage Clause.
Nearly a full year under the new policy resulted in the town receiving more than $230,000 for the amount of unused free tonnage and $92,000 for the per-ton fee the town charged the local haulers for trash brought to Wheelabrator, for a total of about $322,000.
tie bar tonnage control that requires mechanical adjustment of the diecasting machine to vary tonnage.
The new system will remain in place to the end of 2007 and will offer a 10% discount on additional tonnage provided by a carrier over and above that provided in the corresponding summer or winter schedule.
The number of gas tankers had remained unchanged from 2001 to 2002, but the gas tankers tonnage had increased by 7% and the supply vessel tonnage by 18%.
Containerized cargo tonnage has been making impressive gains since 1990, growing 80 percent from 1990 through 2000 when total waterborne commerce tonnage exceeded 23 million tons.
Singapore expects to keep its title as the world's busiest port as the total tonnage of ships which called last year rose to 877 million gross tons, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) said Tuesday.
There had been speculation Mr Brown might introduce a tonnage tax for ships on the UK register designed to halt the practice of companies sailing vessels under foreign flags with overseas crews.