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Gating in

"Gating in" refers to the process of loading containers onto a ship at the terminal. It usually involves the use of cranes and other equipment to move containers from truck trailers or rail cars and place them onto the ship's deck. The term "gating in" is used to describe the first step of the vessel loading process, which is followed by the process of stacking containers on the ship's deck.