- (goederen) uit een voer- of vaartuig halen
"unload the cargo"
- op de plaats van bestemming laten uitstappen
"unload the cargo"
take the load off (a container or vehicle)
"unload the truck"
- Can I unload the high speed film?
- I won't unload the car because that's somebody else's job.
- I will not unload the car because other workers have to do that.
- load/unload cycles;
- sufficient human resources and logistics to unload the consignment, in order that the official controls may take place;
- ‘port’ means a place having facilities for merchant ships to moor and to load or unload cargo or to disembark or embark passengers to or from vessels;
- The limitations on the construction for EX/III vehicles (which are required to be closed vehicles) make it very difficult to load and unload such articles.
- According to Alcatel, a cable-laying vessel falls within maritime transport, taking into consideration the constantly unload of cargo among the itinerary while navigating the vessel.
- disposal of operating assets such as immovable property which serves management purposes and operating resources used to load and unload ships operated.
- Load/unload cycles should also be determined from the operator's specified duty and represented in a suitable manner for analysis purposes.
- Important coal and iron ore customers also confirmed that they do not consider other dry bulk terminals as a viable alternative because of the lack of storage capacity and the inability to quickly load and unload large volumes of cargo.
- Member States shall ensure that food business operators must make available sufficient human resources and logistics to unload the consignment of foodstuffs, thus enabling representative sampling to take place.
- carried for use in flight; or are part of the permanent equipment of the aeroplane when it has been adapted for specialized use for medical evacuation; or carried on a flight made by the same aeroplane to collect a patient or after that patient has been delivered when it is impracticable to load or unload the goods at the time of the flight on which the patient is carried but with the intention that they be off-loaded as soon as practicable; and