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Barge

A large boat with a flat bottom that does not propel itself. Barges must be attached to a tugboat or towboat to be transported. They are used on rivers and canals, primarily to convey cheap cargo in bulk. They were more common prior to the introduction of railroads during the Industrial Revolution.
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Valhammer warmly welcomed Ambassador Yi to visit and introduced the cooperation between Bergen and China on trade and investment, industrial cooperation, tourism, education and exchanges.
The arrangement with JPMorgan Chase enabled Bergen Shippers Corp.--owner/operator of Bergen Logistics, a leader in the fashion and lifestyle distribution sector for more than two decades--to use a $44 million senior mortgage to refinance current debt, with additional proceeds for equipment financing and the construction of a new logistics warehouse on a portion of the parking lot at 5903 Westside Ave.
is a four-story, 600,000-square-foot industrial warehouse utilized in full as a fashion logistics center by Bergen Logistics.
Experience the scenic Bergen Railway, the breathtaking Flam Railway, the Aurlandsfjord, the narrow and dramatic UNESCOprotected Naeroyfjord and a bus trip through the beautiful scenery of Western Norway.
Setting sail from Bergen itself, experience Norway's incredible landscape, whilst observing the local wildlife and enjoying tales of local legends and history.
A Bergen Linen representative works with each organization to create custom packages that meet their guests' needs.
A tradition dating back to just after the Second World War, the city of Bergen has been sending over a towering tree as thank you for the aid Tynesiders gave to Norwegians during the war.
The bicycle courier company manager said: "The Christmas tree for Newcastle is a tradition people in Bergen appreciate - the close relations between our two cities and countries."
Bergen married Malle in 1980 after a four-year courtship that had an inauspicious beginning but grew tentatively and then blossomed into a colorful marriage.
Or take advantage of free bus travel and discounted admission prices with a Bergen Card.
Bergen died at her home in Southbury, Connecticut, from natural causes, said publicist Judy Katz, surrounded by family and close friends.
Listening to Bergen and his dummy Charlie McCarthy on the radio, as the WWII generation did, it was easy enough to forget that the two spoke from the same mind.