CEU

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CEUContinuing Education Unit
CEUCentral European University
CEUCollege of Eastern Utah (Price, UT)
CEUCertified Education Unit
CEUCentro de Estudios Universitarios (Spain)
CEUCentro Escolar University (Manila, Philippines)
CEUCentro Escolar University
CEUConseil Européen des Urbanistes
CEUCommission of the European Union
CEUCivil Engineering Unit (US Coast Guard)
CEUCentro studi per l'Evoluzione Umana
CEUControl Electronics Unit
CEUCentre Européen Universitaire (French: European University Center)
CEUCar Equivalent Unit (shipping)
CEUChannel Ecryption Unit
CEUContinuous Education Units
CEUCentral Electronics Unit
CEUCamera Electronics Unit
CEUCooling Equipment Unit
CEUClean Energy Utilization
CEUChild Exploitation Unit
CEUCommand Execute Unit
CEUCivil Enforcement Unit (NYPD)
CEUCivilian Electronics Unit
CEUCertificats d'Études Universitaires (French: University Study Certificate)
CEUCombat Evaluation Unit (gaming)
CEUContainer Equivalent Unit
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Both Jebel Ali Port and NIP feature multi-tier parking facilities with capacities of over 12,000 car equivalent units (CEUs) while Jebel Ali Port itself holds over 27,000 CEUs with an annual capacity of one million units.
Globalization of the car manufacturing industry is increasing demand for sea transport, according to Thor Jorgen Guttormsen, CEO of Hoegh Autoliners, which carried some 1.6 million car equivalent units (CEU) in 2006.
Ro-ros carry loaded truck/trailer loads and they are measured in lane/metres while PCCs are rated in car equivalent units (CEU).
In late March, NOCC said it ordered a car carrier with a capacity of 6,500 car equivalent units (CEU), at Hyundai Heavy, for NOK385m.
The newbuilding, with a capacity of 6,500 car equivalent units (CEU), will be financed via a bank facility of USD46.2m as well as available liquid funds.
23 August 2010 - Shipping company Norwegian Car Carriers ASA (OSL: EID), or NOCC, formerly Eidsiva Rederi ASA, said today that it has agreed on the main terms for the acquisition of a 2004-built pure car and truck carrier with a capacity of 5,379 car equivalent units (CEU).