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Berth

A place on a port or dock where a ship is tied when not in use. Large ports have different berths for different purposes. For example, a ship storing natural gas may dock at a berth away from other ships.
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Suppose there are ships A and B to be berthed at a certain time, from the beginning till the end, the figures of a chromosome represent the berth number of ship A and ship B, the number of quay cranes for ships A and B, the number of storage blocks for inbound containers and outbound containers to ships A and B, the number of yard trailers for ship A's unloading and ship B's loading operation, the number of yard trailers for ships A and B in the mix operation, the number of yard trailers for ship B's unloading and ship As loading operation.
I WENT on a cruise recently on the Black Prince which was berthed at Longton Dock amidst the mountains of scrap metal and a processing plant.
When the lockout hit, there were 27 ships tied up to docks in Long Beach and 19 berthed in Los Angeles.