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tugs

stout leather loops, connected to the backband or saddle, into which vehicle shafts fit.
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This Tug has 34 meters overall length, with displacement of 481 Tons and maximum speed of 12 knots.
The tugs would be able to accommodate up to 10 crew members.
The KPT invited two separate proposals related to technical and financial aspects of bidding companies in chartering of two tugs badly needed by the Karachi Port which has an ageing flotilla of five tugs to handle around 20 ships per day.
This-32 Tons BP Tug is third of the series being built at Karachi Shipyard this year.
This agreement encompasses two ASD Tugs 2913 and an ATD Tug 2412 Twin Fin, it said.
Western Australia Transport Minister Dean Nalder said, "There will be job opportunities during construction of the new tug haven, as well as further employment with the operation and maintenance of extra tug infrastructure.
Last year TNA Aviation Technologies unveiled its game changing and highly innovative line of advanced aircraft tow tugs in North America.
Pascal Slingerland, Damen sales manager Middle East, commented: "The ASD tugs are highly maneuverable and powerful and ideally suited to operations in Khor Fakkan.
Our ice classed tugs and Alaska-based crews enable us to meet customer requirements with efficiency and dependability.
The delivery of the two ASD 2810 tugs is part of a seven-vessel order that the yard is currently working on for NSW.
Manufacturers said that the most common source of customer dissatis-faction was when one of the bottom-of-the-line tugs would not move the airplane up a slope or across a hangar entrance lip.