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  • n. Plural form of TEU.


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  • Stacking capacity will be increased to 540,000 TEUs from the existing 400,000.

    Successful expansion in a more efficient Port of Veracruz

  • Despite a reporting period that included a weeklong observance of a Chinese holiday, the total number of Twenty-Foot Equivalent (20-foot containers or "TEUs") imported and exported through the Port of Los Angeles in October was 647,423. Home Page

  • Cosco Pacific said its total container throughput last year rose 19% to 48.52 million 20-foot equivalent units, or TEUs, from 40.64 million TEUs a year earlier, thanks to China's rapid recovery.

    Cosco Pacific 2010 Net Profit Doubled

  • China Merchants' overall port-handling throughput rose 19% last year to 52.28 million twenty-foot equivalent units, or TEUs.

    China Merchants Net Soars 82%

  • During the first two-year phase of the agreement, the joint venture will enhance the port's total container handling capacity by 5.0 million to 6.0 million twenty-foot equivalent units, or TEUs, up from the current 3.29 million TEUs, he said.

    ABG-PSA Venture Gets $1.5 Billion Container Terminal Contract

  • Exports of 20-foot equivalent containers TEUs were up 15.8% last year in Long Beach, after 2009's steep drop-off as global commerce plummeted a record 12 percent, the biggest decline since WWII.

    In The Nation's Second-Largest Port, Hints Of An Export Boom

  • The port's turnaround brought export levels to 1.56 million TEUs this year, just shy of its all-time export peak of 1.57 million TEUs in 2007.

    In The Nation's Second-Largest Port, Hints Of An Export Boom

  • That's already bigger than the biggest ships that will be able to traverse the expanded canal, at roughly 12,000 TEUs.

    Ripples Likely From Wider Canal

  • In the second quarter, the container shipper's total liftings rose 6.5% to 1.26 million twenty-foot-equivalent units, or TEUs, from 1.18 million TEUs a year earlier, but revenue from its shipping division rose only 1.4% to US$1.41 billion from US$1.39 billion, reflecting lower freight rates.

    Orient Overseas Profit Falls 86% on Year-Ago Gain, Freight Rates

  • Cosco Pacific, a 51%-owned unit of state-controlled shipping giant China Cosco Holdings Ltd., said its port-handling throughput last year fell 5.1% to 43.55 million 20-foot equivalent units, or TEUs, though throughput rebounded 0.6% in the fourth quarter as the downturn bottomed out.

    Cosco Pacific Posts 37% Decline in Net Profit


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