TEU


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TEU

An inexact unit of capacity equal to the size of a cargo container 20 feet in length. See also: FEU.
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6-million TEU across its global portfolio of container terminals during H1 2015, with gross container volumes growing by 4.
8 million TEU in line with the all-round growth in business.
2013 continues down that road, with year-to-date demolition of 41 post-3,000 TEU ships mostly built in the early 1990'es and 115 ships in total at an average size of 2,243 TEU.
Work is also well underway on its, 4 million TEU capacity Terminal 3 project, scheduled to open in 2014, bringing Jebel Ali's full
The developments mean Jebel Ali Port will be able to handle ten of the next generation 18,000 TEU mega vessels at the same time - the only port in the region able to do so.
9 million TEU in 2010 out of total capacity of 5 million TEU/ year, including 2 million TEU/year at the new Red Sea Gateway Terminal (RSGT).
2 million TEU or "twenty-foot equivalent container units"*, driven by strong growth in the Asia Pacific, United Arab Emirates, Africa and Americas regions, DP World said in a statement on Tuesday.
Transshipment continued its growth with 1,272,223 TEU (45.
He pointed out that al-Sbena dry port in Damascus Countryside, which belongs to General Organization of Railways, has the capacity of 90,000 TEU containers and al-Mislmyeh port in Aleppo could hold 60,000 TEU containers.
15, WTSA member lines say they will raise metal scrap rates by $100 per 40-foot (FEU) container and $80 per 20-foot (TEU) container on port-to-port cargo and West Coast/East Coast local door moves to Asia and by $150 per FEU and $120 per TEU for inland point or mini-land bridge intermodal cargo.
Since 1971, the TEU has been removing chemical weapons and munitions in Japan and Germany, and storing and destroying them on Johnston Atoll, in the Marshall Islands.
HAMILTON, Bermuda -- Textainer Group Holdings Limited (NYSE: TGH) ("Textainer", the "Company", "we", and "our"), the world's largest lessor of intermodal containers based on fleet size, today announced that it has entered into two separate agreements to acquire 52,000 TEU (twenty-foot equivalent units) from its managed fleet for approximately $66 million with the transfer of ownership rights effective as of August 1, 2012.