A Terminal is an assigned area in which containers are prepared to be loaded into a vessel or are stacked immediately after discharge from the vessel.

See also:
"Terminal" is in the NAICS Code "334113"
(Computer Terminal ManufacturingTerminals, computer, manufacturing)

"Terminal" is in the UNSPSC Code "39121407"
Terminal strips

Ref: 84781/2006-08-24

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
container terminal (container terminal refers to an assigned area in ...)
Trimodal container terminal (TCT) road
trimodal container terminal (Trimodal Container Terminal (TCT road, rail and ...)

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