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What does PMT stand for?

PMT stands for Portsmouth Marine Terminal


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and CSX will extend its current service from the Portsmouth Marine Terminal to APM Terminals Portsmouth, allowing for the transfer of containers to and from APM's intermodal hub in Ohio.
The new regional office is strategically located near the major ports that comprise the Port of Virginia: Norfolk International Terminals (NIT), the Port's largest terminal; the Newport News Marine Terminal (NNMT), the area's major break-bulk facility; the Portsmouth Marine Terminal with direct access to both CSX and NS railways, and that will soon connect to the Commonwealth Railway; the Virginia Inland Port (VIP); (1) and the APM Terminals Virginia, the largest privately owned container terminal in the United States.
Situator enables the Virginia Port Authority to integrate internal and external data and video communications, police dispatch systems, and command center alert and display systems for three of its facilities - Norfolk International Terminals, Newport News Marine Terminal and Portsmouth Marine Terminal - in one location.
com/cgi-bin/prnh/20060109/NYM086LOGO ) Under an agreement signed August 22, with the VPA, Savi Networks will deploy a system compatible with international standards (ISO18000-7) at Norfolk International Terminal, Newport News Marine Terminal and Portsmouth Marine Terminal.
The Virginia Port today announced that they have joined with GE's Security business (NYSE:GE) to install fixed readers at the The Port of Virginia's, Norfolk International Terminals and Portsmouth Marine Terminal to communicate with Container Security Devices (CSDs) mounted in ocean-going cargo containers as they pass through the terminal.