Loading definition

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.
Loading means the physical activity of moving merchandise from or to a property or another vehicle and the physical activity of passengers entering or departing a vehicle;
Loading and “Discharging” means the service of loading or unloading Goods between a place of rest at the Terminal and any vessel, rail car, trucks/motor vehicle, or other conveyance.

Examples of Loading in a sentence

Parking facilities for ten or more vehicles shall provide no less than 200 square feet of landscaped area for every ten parking spaces.E. Loading and UnloadingFor every use involving the receipt and distribution of vehicles, materials, or merchandise there shall be provided and maintained on the same premises an area adequate for standing, loading, and unloading to avoid undue interference with public use of the streets, alleys, or required access aisles for parking areas.

Loading of container shall be at the Wholesale Customer’s expense, in a manner to prevent damage to container and cargo, and shall comply with Federal, State and Municipal laws and the rules and regulations of the underlying rail carriers as set forth in the individual rail carriers’ intermodal agreements, directories, memorandums and other documents.

Loading and unloading of construction materials will be scheduled so as to minimize disruptions to University activities.

Slug Loading Connecticut discharge regulations do not allow what is defined as a “slug loading” in 40 CFR 403.8(f)(2)(vi).

The actual landed cost shall be calculated after Proper Loading in the Price as per Andrew Yule norms for important parameters having financial implications.

More Definitions of Loading

Loading means the loading or unloading of goods to or from a vehicle;
Loading and “Unloading” means the conveyance of goods or merchandise to or from any premises situated on or adjacent to that length of road, to the extent that such goods or merchandise cannot, by reason of size, weight or value, reasonably be conveyed otherwise than by vehicle;
Loading means the action of moving the Farm Goods or Livestock onto the loading ramp of the Conveying Vehicle from the ground or adjacent loading dock and is completed when the Farm Goods or Livestock have been positioned onto the Conveying Vehicle.
Loading and "Unloading" means the continuous transference from (or to) a Vehicle to (or from) premises adjacent to where the Vehicle is parked of heavy or unmanageable goods that are not designed to be carried by hand other than over a very short distance;
Loading means the expeditious taking on or discharging of merchandise.
Loading and “Unloading” means a continuous activity during which Goods or Merchandise are placed in or taken from a vehicle that is Waiting at premises or adjacent to premises or nearby premises for the purpose of Delivery or Collection of those Goods or Merchandise provided that the Loading, Unloading, Delivery and/or Collection activities are completed in a time deemed reasonable by a Police Officer in uniform, Civil Enforcement Officer in uniform or A Person Authorised by the Council. Where no signs of Loading or Unloading activity are observed over the Observation Period it will be deemed that Loading or Unloading is not taking place;