cargo : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n goods carried by a large vehicle
- Pirates cruise the waters off the coast of Somalia in 2006 It appears almost certain that the pirates had no idea of the cargo aboard the Belize-flagged Faina, which Ukrainian .
- Russia's official explanation over the 'Arctic Sea' points to pirates after the ship's cargo of timber, but some experts claim it was more likely transporting missiles to sell to .
- He said the cargo included grenade launchers and ammunition.
News & Articles
- Renck: CarGo, version 2.0, can carry Rockies until Tulo returns
CarGo, who was named National League player of the week Monday, is the Larry Walker of the current Rockies.
June 18, 2013 - Denver Post
- Port of Long Beach cargo numbers continue rise, Port of Los Angeles numbers fall
Bigger vessels calling to the Port of Long Beach and a shift in business from Los Angeles to Long Beach continue to impact the amount of cargo flowing through the twin ports.
June 18, 2013 - Daily Breeze
- Cargo Ventures LLC Refinances One Harbor St. For $30M
Cargo Ventures LLC has refinanced One Harbor St. in Boston for $30 million. Cushman & Wakefield of Massachusetts, exclusive advisor of Cargo Ventures LLC, arranged the refinancing.
June 14, 2013 - Banker & Tradesman
- Peter Wright in Spero News
He said said: "When the mid-flight explosions began the authorities would be unable to prevent the other flights from meeting a similar fate as they would already be in mid-flight and carrying their deadly cargo."
- Scott Horowitz in Forbes
The nickname I use for the lander is, it's a pickup truck,Horowitz said in a Monday news conference from Houston. "You can put whatever you want in the back. You can take it to wherever you want. So you can deliver cargo, crew, do it...
- Sergey Lavrov in FOXNews
We are now waiting for the American partners to provide a specific request with a quantity and description of cargo,Lavrov said. "As soon as they do that we will issue relevant permissions."