How to build a tracking hub for the harbors of the world
A tracking hub is a large structure that sits atop the harbor.
It’s used for shipping in the event of a collision, and is usually built on top of a cargo ship or some other cargo container.
But a tracking system can be built on any ship, and it can be installed on any boat.
The main advantage of a tracking center is that it’s usually cheap to build, and the cost is usually much lower than the cost of a dedicated tracking station.
The disadvantage is that the center has to be able to keep track of a large amount of cargo, which makes it more expensive to maintain.
So if you have to track your ship across the globe, you’re going to need a lot of tracking centers.
But now we’ve found a solution.
The solution we came up with is called the harbor freight battery.
A harbor battery is a small piece of steel or aluminum with a battery inside.
It is typically attached to the end of a harborside crane, which is attached to a bridge.
The crane lifts the battery off the crane and attaches it to the bridge.
It then rotates the crane until it connects the battery to the harbormaster, who then launches it into the harbor and sends the batteries in a straight line to your docks.
The battery can then be used to track the cargo that needs to be tracked, and you’re done.
You can read more about how harbor batteries work here.