The group called on TxDOT to develop a maritime division within the agency and a separate Freight Advisory Committee.
What does MD stand for?
MD stands for Maritime Division
This definition appears frequently
See other definitions of MD
We have 294 other meanings of MD in our Acronym Attic
- Mandatory (band)
- Mandatory Death (band)
- Mando Diao (band)
- Manic Depression
- Manipulative Deception
- Manning Document
- Manoeuvre Demand
- Manufacture Discontinued (AT&T)
- Manufacturer Defined
- Marek's Disease (chicken virus)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Saudi Arabia's state-owned oil giant Saudi Aramco says it has agreed to merge its maritime division with the country's state-owned shipping line to create the world's fourth-largest tanker operation.
To achieve the planned targets, the maritime division is still investing heavily in extending and modernising all production facilities.
The Port's Maritime Division manages the fifth busiest container port in the United States.
3 million (MT/year) Silo capacity 404,000 216,000 Pasta production Packaging division Maritime division Description Other division Start operation Plant size (Ha) Port Length(m) Unloading (unit) Unloading capacity (MT/hour) Milling capacity (MT/day) Flour production cap (MT/year) Silo capacity Pasta production 60,000 MT/ Year Packaging division 4.
About $11 million of the port's budget shortfall has been attributed to the aviation sector, while the maritime division accounts for just $1 million.
Chiquita and its Great White Fleet maritime division are a welcome addition to the growing mix of international carriers calling at Port Everglades," says Port Director Ken Krauter.
That's why we need a treaty,'' a spokesman at the Land, Infrastructure and Transport Ministry's Environmental and Maritime Division said.