DWT

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DWTDeadweight
DWTDwight (Amtrak station code; Dwight, IL)
DWTDavis Wright Tremaine
DWTDiscrete Wavelet Transform
DWTPennyweight
DWTDrowned World Tour (concert tour; Madonna)
DWTDeadweight Tonnage
DWTDynamic Web Template
DWTDrawing Template
DWTDirectory Watch
DWTDreamweaver Template
DWTDriving While Texting
DWTDynamic Web Template (Microsoft)
DWTDead Weight Tons
DWTDown with Tyranny (blog)
DWTDimensional Weight (shipping)
DWTDigital World Tokyo (Tokyo, Japan)
DWTDividend Withholding Tax
DWTDouble Wall Tank (Roth Industries)
DWTDon't Watch That
DWTData Warehouse Tools (software)
DWTData Warehouse Technologies
DWTDrop Weight Test
DWTDreamWeaverTemplate
DWTDoing Weird Things
DWTDeath Weasel Tech (Halo clan)
DWTDesign Walk-Through
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The platform can simultaneously offload product from two Aframax-size vessels that weigh up to 80,000 dead weight tons (dwt) each.
Vale and the management of Lianyungang port in China's eastern Jiangsu province signed a cooperative agreement in July to pave the way for Vale's ultra-large Valemaxes which have a capacity of 400000 dead weight tons (dwt) to dock at the port and boost productivity of their operations.
Under the contract valued at US$ 122 million, Jiangsu will build Aframax type tankers with a capacity of 85,000 dead weight tons (DWT) each.
An Aframax vessel is around 110 000 dead weight tons and carries mostly crude oil.
The platform, 67 percent of which will be owned by the joint venture, can simultaneously offload product from two Aframax-size vessels that weigh up to 80,000 dead weight tons (dwt) each.
The group operates about 141 container ships with a capacity of 5,060,630 Dead Weight Tons (DWT).
The organization has over 240 members, whose combined fleet comprises more than 2,160 tankers totalling over 160 million dead weight tons ("dwt") - 70% of the world's independent tanker fleet above 10,000 dwt.
However, the main category of ship used by Ermis -- Aframax vessels (80,000 dead weight tons [dwt] to 120,000dwt) -- may suffer from oversupply in the coming year, as a considerable number of new ships are on order (up to 20% of the worldwide existing fleet, which is already the youngest fleet in the crude oil market).