to barge in
- enter uninvited; informal
- You can't just barge in here whenever you feel like it.
- Even though our house was on TV, I'd prefer it if you wouldn't just barge in our garden and take pictures.
- In the Netherlands the concerns relate in particular to transport by barge and rail.
- It operates push boat and barge services via the river Rhine to the group’s blast furnaces in Duisburg.
- Representative samples shall be made up for each part-delivery (lorry, barge, railway wagon), under the conditions set out in paragraph 1.
- In 1997 this propylene transport flow amounted to 93,4 million tonne-kilometres, of which about 4 million was by rail and about 89,4 million by barge.
- Where rice is taken over outside the applicant’s store, representative samples shall be taken of each part-delivery (by lorry, barge, railway wagon) under the conditions laid down in paragraph 1.
- TKV is the seaport forwarder for ThyssenKrupp Steel for the ports of Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Antwerp. It operates push boat and barge services via the river Rhine to the group’s blast furnaces in Duisburg.
- Where a lot is delivered in several loads (by lorry, barge, railway wagon, etc.) each load must comply with the requisite minimum characteristics laid down in Article 3, Article 12 notwithstanding.
- Further, there are many other factors determining and limiting the choice of the terminals for each customer, such as the participation in part cargo services , additional services and storage capacity of terminals, risk of congestions, the number and location of the customer’s plants, accessibility to and suitability of barge or train connection, the security of supply (e.g. in the periods of low water in the river Rhine) or the existence of long-term contracts with the providers of the inland transport.