Wharfage


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Wharfage

A fee that a ship's owner or operator must pay in order to have the right to use a wharf, which is a place where ships dock to load or unload cargo.
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While the most common service fees are pilotage and wharfage fees, some courts have upheld fees that were directed towards services such as the policing of harbors and vessels, (103) or to cover the cost of unloading a ship's cargo.
The company stated that the dispute between the company and MbPT was pending for a long time over payment of wharfage for the supply of crude oil to local refineries in Mumbai through the pipelines and to coastal refineries through tankers loaded from Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust.
But with the DOH given no prior notice about the shipment, its release from the port has been delayed, for which reason the storage, demurrage and wharfage fees thereon continues to accumulate.
This means a refinery situated in hydrocarbon rich area and using local crude oil, does not have to pay crude oil transportation, but it is still given ex-refinery price containing wharfage element.
As XPRESS visited the dhow wharfage in Dubai Creek, we came upon a bunch of seamen rushing to get their packs.
A new bigger dhow wharfage is to be built in Dubai to help reduce the congestion of vessels along Dubai Creek and to give a boost to the import and export business in the emirate.
Topics include New England merchants and the circum-Caribbean slave trade; wharfage, porterage, and pilferage: maritime slaves and resistance in Charleston, South Carolina; new Africans in the post-slavery French West Indies and Guiana, 1854-1889; common bedfellows: Brazilian antislavery and anti-capital punishment efforts in comparative perspective; trans-Atlantic links: the Benguela-Bahia connections, 1700-1850, and picturing homes and border crossings: the slavery trope in films and the black Atlantic.
This latter proposal drew largely on one developed by Schulze seven years previously, in his prize-winning design for wharfage improvement at Circular Quay?' At that time he had been in the colony for just four years.
In the first phase of the ongoing, multifaceted work Wharfage, 2008-, for example (commissioned for the 2009 Sharjah Biennial), CAMP produced a book and a live radio broadcast.
Besides, considering proposals for repeal of the Sindh Landing and Wharfage Fees Act, 1882, Public Gambling Act, 1867, Sindh Steam-Vessels Act, 1864.
The Rochdale and Ashton canal companies operated from two adjoining basins at Piccadilly, while the owners of the Brownsfield estate developed extensive private wharfage facilities on contiguous land to the east.