Roll-on/Roll-off (Ro-Ro) ships are designed to carry vehicles or other wheeled cargo. They were first developed in the 19th century to transport trains across rivers which were not yet spanned by suitable railway bridges. They are used today to transport military and civilian vehicles, and commercial cargo overseas. Ro-Ro vessels are efficient for shipping vehicles, […]
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