Examples of Transport of goods in a sentence
Transport of goods and services within the area and within Tarawa Atoll will be enhanced and would in turn, spur economic development as cheaper goods and services will be made available as a result of better transport conditions.
In June, 2010, Wood used Becker’s funds, in part, to open new bank accounts because at least three of her banks had closed over 20 of her accounts for check-kiting.
Additional Protocol to the Agreement providing for the provisional application of the Draft International Customs Conventions on Touring, on Commercial Road Vehicles and on the International Transport of Goods by Road, relating to the International Transport of goods by container under the T.I.R. Carnet Régime.
The Purchaser shall be named as loss-payee under all insurance policies taken out by the Supplier pursuant to GCC Clause 27.1, except for the Third-Party Liability, and the Supplier’s Subcontractors shall be named as co-insured under all insurance policies taken out by the Supplier pursuant to GCC Clause 27.1 except for Cargo Insurance during Transport of goods to be supplied under the contract..
Transport of goods performed by the trade fair participants from (and into) the countries which are not Member States of the European Union means that the goods have been transported into (and from) the customs area of the European Community.
The envisaged act will be binding under international law in accordance with Article 59 and 60 of the Customs Convention on the International Transport of goods under cover of TIR carnets.
This proposal concerns the decision establishing the position to be taken on the Union's behalf in the Administrative Committee established by the Customs Convention on the International Transport of goods under cover of TIR1 carnets (“the TIR Convention”) in connection with the envisaged adoption of several amendments to the TIR Convention.
Transport of goods and passengers would be more clearly separated in order to reduce opportunities for rent extraction.
Transport of goods which includes freight trucks for transporting medical, health, and sanitation supplies, primary needs, food and beverages, distribution of money, fuel and gas, and the distribution of industrial materials; freight trucks and buses for the distribution of packages; buses picking up industrial employees; and transportation to support defense and security activities.
The Customs Convention on the International Transport of goods under cover of TIR carnets of 14 November 1975 (“The TIR Convention”) aims to facilitate the international carriage of goods from customs offices of departure to customs offices of destination and through as many countries as necessary.