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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A project such as Wharfage paints a picture of a region--its issues and relationships--drastically different from the image typically generated by the mainstream media.
The discrepancy is probably due to the fact that some empty containers are not included in the HI DOT data, and the inaccurate view of container flows that it gives means that the state is not collecting all the wharfage fees it should (see Table 3).
wharfage and handling), and any delays which may occur at the port.
Figure 3] If we add in a further 42,000 square metres of wharfage (mostly east of Church and at York Street) and 17,000 for jetties, we can account for one-eighth of the 66 hectares even before the big push of the 1850s.
FOB contracts (in local currency): Wharfage and handling, documentation; administration; storage; agent's fees; harbour fees if applicable; and export duty or subsidy (if applicable).
Principal revenue sources include ad valorem taxes, wharfage fees, rental fees, and investment income.
Contract award: P202 - Port Torgau, Replacement construction quay and reorganization port infrastructure; Lot 1 - wharfage and crane runway.
Dubai: Traditional dhows that called Dubai Creek their home for years will have to shift r base as the new wharfage begins operations.
Though the ECC has allowed the Refinery reimbursement of operational cost of its Single Mooring Point, OGRA denies to reimburse the same and has taken the stance that the Refinery is saving wharfage charges as it imports crude oil through its own SPM.
The project comprises three towers -- a hotel and two commercial towers -- built in the air space above the Dhow Wharfage in Dubai Creek between the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Al Maktoum Bridge.
LIM agreed to a base fee schedule with the Port Authority regarding wharfage fees for iron ore loading for LIM's shipping operations.
Set in a small walkway off Tontine Hill and The Wharfage, it forms part of the original 19th century building with its ground floor cafe, right at the heart of the historic town.