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Site for refueling and repairing ships, loading and unloading cargo and embarking and disembarking passengers.
Area with installations and equipment to store, sort and handle bulk items, such as ore and coal.
Structure where inspection and legal operations related to imported and exported cargo are carried out.
Area for parking vehicles.
Structure where personnel who administer the port work.
Transportation of cargo by truck on public roads.
Area with installations and equipment to store, sort and handle containers.
Structure consisting of a girder and posts that rolls along tracks moving containers.
Railroad tracks leading onto a quay for transshipping containers from a ship to a car or vice versa.
Area with installations and equipment to store petroleum products and load them into tankers.
Ship with large reservoirs for transporting liquid petroleum products.
Shuttle boat for carrying vehicles with their cargo and passengers.
Structures and facilities where passengers embark and disembark ships.
Tower with a powerful lamp at the top for guiding ships.
Insulated refrigerated structure for storing perishable foodstuffs.
Ship that is designed for transporting cargo in containers in its hold and on its deck.
Slope leading from the quay to the level of the water.
Cantilevered gantry crane along the quay for loading and unloading containers.
Vast enclosure made up of quays where ships dock to take on and unload cargo.
Quayside crane that is mounted on a floating movable platform and often used for carrying heavy cargo.
Area with installations and equipment for storing, sorting and handling grain.
Structure with a lock-chamber that can be filled with water or emptied to raise or lower a ship from one water level to another.
Dock where water is pumped out so that a ship’s hull can be repaired, cleaned or painted.
Crane that rolls along rails the length of the quay and uses a moving arm to load and unload cargo in forms such as container, bulk and break bulk.
Structure for docking ships so that passengers can embark and disembark and cargo can be loaded and unloaded.
Warehouse located near the quay for temporarily storing cargo.
Waterproof device that closes a dock.
Very large, usually cylindrical, reservoirs for storing products in bulk, especially grain.