Thus, the energy a stevedore expends in unloading boxes from a ship is recycled to him in the form of the money which he uses to buy bread.
These workers originated, mainly, from the Greek port of Thessaloniki where there was a large Jewish labour force in the port, working as sailors, fishermen and stevedores .
Some jobs are inherently dangerous, some very dangerous (for example firemen, stevedores and police officers) and employers cannot reasonably protect their servants from all foreseeable danger.
The group represents importers, exporters, stevedores and ship owners throughout Australia and overseas using Geraldton port.
Mariners and merchants made money managing the trade, carters and stevedores stowed staples on ships, and coopers created barrels to contain flour bound for the sea.
The previous day workers blocked vehicles entering and leaving the port and preventing Atlantic Ports Services and Speedline stevedores unloading cargo.
Although contractual arrangements are normally between stevedores and ship operators/owners for the supply of stevedoring services, stevedoring demand is best measured in terms of cargo volume than numbers of ships serviced.
These amateur officers then gathered a labor force of sturdy Yankee farmers, seamen and stevedores from the Rhode Island seaport and drew others from the poorer classes of the City of Providence.
Agents take it upon themselves to assist port operators, stevedores , and everybody involved in the successful operation of ships coming to, sailing from, or berthed at New Zealand ports.
On the dock, a crew of stevedores maneuvered massive barrels and sacks into the hold through a small port.