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Unloading Point

What is an Unloading Point?

An unloading point is the place where goods arriving at its destination is being unloaded from a vehicle or vessel. The unloading point could be a port, warehouse or part of a company building used for handling goods.

Generally, the majority of the unloading point has different equipment for taking out goods from the arriving vehicles or ships. Two or more machines such as ramp, cranes, filling supports or conveyor systems may be available.

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