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Chan·dler

(chand'lĕr),
Paul A., U.S. ophthalmologist, 1896-1987. See: Chandler syndrome.
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President of Nigerian Licensed Ship Chandlers Association; Dr.
Al Bastaki urged local and international maritime leaders to combine their efforts to take advantage of the major trading opportunities in Dubai's maritime cluster and boost the growth of ship chandlers, and its promising prospects.
That thinking is behind a strategic alliance between ship chandlers, Ghana's Vacutech and Singapore's Anchor Marine Supplies.
But the port's truckers, ship chandlers and shipping agents make a living off of noncontainer traffic, i.e.
But, after leaving Al Jaddaf, the DCC couldn't even find a place to keep their floodlights, lawnmowers, rollers and other equipment, eventually relying on Freddy Sidhwa -- a veteran cricketer and managing director of the Seven Seas Ship chandlers -- after he made his premises available.
In Newcastle sail makers' premises, ship chandlers, furniture workshops, the Golden Anchor pub and many small shops were destroyed.
The event provides the most direct access to board-level executives and hundreds of international buyers, including travel retail and luxury goods buyers, airline and in-flight retail senior managers, cruise operators, border shops, seaports, hotels and spas, boutiques, restaurants, holiday and tourist destination retail, group buyers and senior executives, retail consultants, shopping malls and department stores, and ship chandlers.
Around them, more than 100 companies have been established with shipping related activities ranging from marine insurance, ship chartering, ship broking, financial services, equipment suppliers and telecommunications, to port services, transshipment operations, shipping agents, ship chandlers and ship bunkering.
Provincial sales tax is chargeable on services provided by hotels/clubs/caterers, custom agents, ship chandlers and stevedores, courier services and advertisements on TV & radio.
Ship building had all but ceased by the time the railway came in 1867 and Penmaenpool, with its pub and ship chandlers, became a station on the Cambrian Railway.
He did hear it once, back in 1991 when the former city council leader left the town hall to devote more time to his ship chandlers business.