dock dues


dock dues
dockyard fees; fee for use of a dock

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • dock dues — ➔ dues * * * dock dues UK US noun [plural] TRANSPORT, COMMERCE ► money that a shipping company must pay for the use of a port: »Liverpool retaliated by charging enormous dock dues on Manchester s cotton imports …   Financial and business terms

  • dock-dues — dockˈ dues plural noun Payments for use of a dock • • • Main Entry: ↑dock …   Useful english dictionary

  • dock dues — /ˈdɒk djuz/ (say dok dyoohz) noun payments for use of a dock; dockage …   Australian English dictionary

  • dock dues — / dɒk dju:z/ plural noun a payment which a ship makes to the harbour authorities for the right to use the harbour …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • dues — [djuːz ǁ duːz] noun [plural] regular payments made to an organization such as a professional association or trade union by its members; = subscription Bre: • Institute dues, which average $112 per member, were last raised three years ago. ˈdock… …   Financial and business terms

  • СБОРЫ ДОКОВЫЕ — (Dock dues) С., взимаемые с судна и груза при заходе или уходе из дока. С Д. взимаются на расходы по содержанию доков. Имеет место в портах, где наблюдаются значительные приливы и отливы (ливных портах). Тождествен с корабельным сбором. Две трети …   Морской словарь

  • ПОРТОВЫЕ СБОРЫ — обязательные платежи: 1) корабельный сбор раз в год с прибывающих в порт судов, исходя из их регистровой вместимости; 2) грузовой сбор исчисляется по весу брутто погружаемых (выгружае мых) судов; 3) лоцманский сбор за проводку судов лоцманом по… …   Финансовый словарь

  • Thomas Tobin — (1807–1881) was born in Bold Street, Liverpool in 1807. He moved to Ballincollig in 1863 to become managing director of Ballincollig Royal Gunpowder Mills. He played an active part in the social and industrial life of Ballincollig and Cork until… …   Wikipedia

  • tonnage — A measure of the volume or cargo carrying capacity of a ship. The gross register tonnage (GRT) is the volume of a ship below the upper deck measured in shipping tons of 100 cubic feet. The net register tonnage (NRT) is the GRT less the space… …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • General average/New version — Average in maritime commerce to signify damages orexpenses resulting from the accidents of navigation. Average is either general or particular. General average arises when sacrifices have been made, or expenditures incurred, for the preservation… …   Wikipedia


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