3 definitions by Jimgogogo

Top Definition
Roll-on Roll-off (RORO) ships are vessels have built-in ramps which allow the vehicles and other cargo to be efficiently roll on and roll off the vessel. Most commonly used in the international transportation of automobiles.
Roll-on Roll-off ships, ROROs are often the least expensive, most efficient method of overseas car shipping

-- titanship.com
by Jimgogogo August 25, 2010
auto shipping is the transport of a vehicle from one place to another. Since 1970 the market for exporting and importing cars has increased dramatically, auto shipping has got more and more attention. Pure Car Carrier appeared, they totally changed the auto shipping with RORO.
there are some website you does auto shipping work exactly
by Jimgogogo August 25, 2010
RORO desinged to carry rolling-stock cargo, such as vehicles, heavy equipments, and containers. It is the most convenient way for lading and discharge, especially for auto shipping.The times that wheeled vehicles carried as cargo on oceangoing ships were treated like any other cargo is gone, because RORO costs less, gains more time.
phonecall record from titanshipping
A: I wanna ship my SUV to New Zealand, do you have RORO?
B: yeah
A: It Ferrari, and you guys better be careful, its Matchbox. are you sure you have RORO?
B: yeah, but i dont think you need it Sir.
by Jimgogogo August 25, 2010
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