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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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Clarksons' quarterly report published in February 2018 provides the following daily rates: USD 10,000 and USD 9,000 for 4,500 TEU and 3,500 TEU vessels, respectively.
Phase 1 will have handling capacity of 1m TEU a year, rising to 2.
Between 2001 and 2008, the average size of newly built ships hovered around 3,400 TEU but then jumped to 5,800 TEU between 2009 and 2013, and hit 8,000 TEU in 2015.
6-million TEU across its global portfolio of container terminals during H1 2015, with gross container volumes growing by 4.
He added, "A further two million is expected to come on line in the second half of 2015, taking total Jebel Ali capacity to 19 million TEU.
3% from a year earlier to 534,781 TEU in September.
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.
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).
In 2009, 3 million TEU were added as part of the second phase of expansion while the new expansion plan will increase the container's capacity to handle 6 million TEU.
2 mln TEU, up 11 pct; Volumes driven by Asia Pacific, UAE, Africa, Americas
51m TEU idle container capacity Jan '10(C)1994-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Citizen initiative - TEU Article 8b(4): ordinary legislative procedure