List of words:
Stevedoring: Handling of goods on board ships.
Shipowner : owner or operator of a ship
Hawser: big rope for mooring vessels.
Bay-plane (loading plan): map giving information on each container in each cell.
Consignee (marine) or shipping agent: trader in charge of maritime cargo, representing the ship operator
Stripping: Action to empty a container
Docker: workers who load and unload the ship
Sling: wire rope used to grasp and manipulate packages.
Potting: filling a container.
TEU: 20 foot equivalent. English TEUs (Twenty Equivalent Unit)
Feeder: Handysize vessel to burst, on different ports, a cargo brought in a main port by a large ship with few stops, and conversely, the collection of goods to the main port.
Spreader (spreader): device suspended from a lifting device such as gantry crane, forklift, which allows hooking and hoisting
Panamax: ship whose width allows the crossing of the Panama Canal.
Rade: (marine) natural or artificial basin where ships moored
RO-RO: roll on - roll off (roll) technique of loading or unloading of ships by ramp, qu'empruntent gear on all wheels, see RoRo.
Transhipment: transporting goods from one ship to another ship.