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RO-RORoll On, Roll Off (shipping)
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A Ro-Ro service from Oslob, Cebu, to Dumaguete City is also expected to start during the last quarter of this year.
He reported to the panel that from 2003 to 2010, there were 49 Ro-Ro operators but during the period 2010 to 2016, there were no new Ro-Ro operators.
Ro-Ro operates five freight shipping routes in the Mediterranean between Turkey and EU, of which four routes connect to Italy and one to France.
In the same time frame, nine fires were reported on pure car carriers (PCC) and pure car and truck carriers (PCTC) and eight were reported on cargo Ro-Ro vessels.
In a company statement, managing director Prakash Tulsiani said that the Ro-Ro yard catering to ships designed to carry automobiles, trucks, railroad cars, etc.
Reconstruction of port ramp of existing railroad ferry terminal Ro-Ro.
Turkey also runs an alternative Ro-Ro Line between yskenderun and the Israeli port of Haifa to transport its exports to countries on the Arabian Peninsula and Jordan.
Egyptian ports raised profits from the RO-RO line reached $4.8m; said Ahmed Amin, Transport Minister for Maritime Transport Sector Advisor
UN Ro-Ro, which was established by international transport companies in 1994, is a fast growing freight Ro-Ro operator in the Mediterranean region that serves international transport companies.
The first roll-on/roll-off (Ro-Ro) expedition from Turkey's Black Sea port of EreAli to the Iliechevsk port of Ukraine took place on Sept.
Two Turkish ships, a roll-on/roll-off (ro-ro) ship and a ferry boat, began trips between the two ports earlier this month.
The Economy Minister since 2009, Caglayan on April 20, 2012 signed with Egypt's Minister of Transport Galal Moustafa Sa'id a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for the establishment of a transit transportation route connected by a Ro-Ro line.