A Barge is a cargo-carrying vehicle used primarily by inland water carriers. The basic barges have open tops, but there are covered barges for both dry and liquid cargos.

See also:
"Barge" is in the UNSPSC Code "20122804"
Barge rigs

"Barge" is in the NAICS Code "33661"
Ship and Boat Building
... alteration, the production of prefabricated ship and Barge sections, and specialized services, such ...

Ref: 84790/2006-08-24

Barge is described as a long vessel with a flat bottom that is used to carry freight on rivers. Barges are usually not powered, being pushed or towed by a tugboat instead. They are used in shallow waters, such as ports and canals.

-see also:
"Barge" is in the UNSPSC Code "71122903"
Barge oilfield rig services

"Barge" is in the NAICS Code "336611"
Ship Building and Repairing
... alteration, the production of prefabricated ship and Barge sections, and specialized services, such ...

Ref: 122131/2006-09-22


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Integrated Tow Barge ( series of barges that are connected together to ...)
Cargo (Cargo is a term used to denote freight, goods or ...)
Tugboat (Tugboat is characterized as a small powerful ...)
Boat (Boat is described as a small vessel used to ...)


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