Drayage Trucks definition

Drayage Trucks means trucks hauling cargo to and from ports and intermodal rail yards.
Drayage Trucks means trucks hauling cargo to and from ports and intermodal rail yards. “Forklift” shall mean nonroad equipment used to lift and move materials short
Drayage Trucks means trucks hauling cargo to and from ports and intermodal rail yards. “Forklift” shall mean nonroad equipment used to lift and move materials short distances; generally includes tines to lift objects. Eligible types of forklifts include reach stackers, side loaders, and top loaders.

Examples of Drayage Trucks in a sentence

  • Tenants will bar noncompliant Drayage Trucks from entering the Container Terminals.

  • The Port will be responsible for providing the identifying mechanisms to enable the Tenants to identify Drayage Trucks that comply with standards of this Tariff Item.

  • Effective on January 1, 2018, all Drayage Trucks entering a Tenant’s Container Terminal must be engine model year 2007 or newer.

  • This Agreement may not be modified except in a writing signed by the authorized representatives of the parties.

  • MTOs will turn away Drayage Trucks that do not comply with these provisions.

  • NWSA may, in its discretion, allow other non-compliant Drayage Trucks to enter NWSA terminals.

  • Drayage Trucks with a 2007 model year engine or newer, or with emission controls that achieve the equivalent level of air quality, that are calling at NWSA international marine cargo terminals after April 1, 2018 for the first time, may register after April 1, 2018.

  • NWSA will procure and install the equipment necessary to enable MTOs to identify Drayage Trucks that comply with the standards of this Tariff (“Identification Equipment”).

  • Class 8 Local Freight Trucks and Port Drayage Trucks This category includes replacement or repower of model year 1992 – 2009 Class 8 local freight trucks and port drayage trucks.

  • Drayage Trucks with emission control technology equivalent to a 2007 model year engine must submit verification of efficacy to NWSA.


More Definitions of Drayage Trucks

Drayage Trucks means vehicles as defined in California Code of Regulations, title 13, section 2027(c).
Drayage Trucks means trucks primarily engaged in hauling cargo to and from ports and intermodal rail yards.
Drayage Trucks means trucks hauling cargo to and from ports and intermodal rail yards. “EPA” shall mean the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Drayage Trucks means trucks hauling cargo to and from ports or intermodal rail yards; as “eligible large trucks”, these must have a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) greater than 33,000 lbs.

Related to Drayage Trucks

  • Dock means a fixed or floating structure extending from land out over water, including access walkways, terminal platforms, catwalks, mooring pilings, lifts, davits, and other associated water-dependent structures, used for mooring and accessing vessels.

  • Forklift means nonroad equipment used to lift and move materials short distances; generally includes tines to lift objects. Eligible types of forklifts include reach stackers, side loaders, and top loaders.

  • Passenger means any person, except members of the crew, carried or to be carried in an aircraft with the consent of the carrier pursuant to a valid contract of carriage.

  • Sanitary Sewer Overflow or “SSO” means an overflow, spill, diversion, or release of wastewater from or caused by Akron’s Sanitary Sewer System. This term shall include: 1) discharges to waters of the State or United States from Akron's Sanitary Sewer System; and 2) any release of wastewater from Akron's Sanitary Sewer System to public or private property that does not reach waters of the State or the United States, including Building/Property Backups.

  • Tow truck means a motor vehicle for hire (i) designed to lift, pull, or carry another vehicle by

  • Loading means the quantity of a specific substance present per unit of surface area, such as the amount of lead in micrograms contained in the dust collected from a certain surface area divided by the surface area in square feet or square meters.

  • Cargo means any property carried on an aircraft other than mail, stores and accompanied or mishandled baggage;

  • Overflow means the intentional or unintentional diversion of flow from the collection and transport systems, including pumping facilities.

  • Baggage means luggage, and personal possessions and travel documents; whether owned, borrowed, or rented, taken by the Insured on the Trip.

  • Incinerator means any enclosed device that: