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Quay

A landing place or pier, usually of solid construction, where vessels berth to load or unload cargo.

Quay

A place where ships may dock in order to load and unload cargo. It is also called a wharf.
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Ballance Supply Chain Manager, Ben Duncan, says the boat ramp and wharf will remain open while the work takes place.
When the weather permits, people strolling down the wharf can enjoy the stunning sunset gradually hiding behind the bridges and towers in New Taipei City, with their shivering reflections placed on the river surface dyed with graded colors of orange, yellow, and dark green because of the sun.
The company added that this is the third large order it has received from the Canary Wharf Group recently in London.
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8m (AED800m) Dubai Wharf project, and Sun Engineering to handle the Manazel Alkhor.
Al-Harthy added that the opening of an additional wharf at the general cargo station and the liquid cargo wharf comes at a time when the Government is looking to expand business operations in this important port.
Regency Wharf will also host a regular street food market, the first of which launched earlier this month.
Dubai Properties (DP) has appointed the Engineering Contracting Company (ECC LLC) as the lead contractor for its $218 million Dubai Wharf project, the developer said.
The agreement between Canary Wharf Group, the owners and developers of Canary Wharf, and Telefonica O2 UK will see the new Wi-Fi network target a working population of over 100,000 people in an increasingly data-hungry mobile device user environment.
Pimpernel Wharf is a specialist category management company that works with cheese producers from across Europe to develop innovative products and help them find a route to market to compete against mainstream brands.
EARLY adopters to the Rent Before You Buy scheme, Rob Asquith and Suzanne Blewitt, have recently completed the purchase of their apartment at Friars Wharf on Gateshead quayside.
A container wharf will be constructed at Dhuba at a cost of SR 174.