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Used to transport bulk material. Typical ISO container number 80, 81, 82, 83, 85, 86, 87 and 88.
Bulk Cargo Container trapdoor located in, the bottom of the door, for discharge tumble.
Bulk Cargo Container with hinged roof for refilling.
Container base or platform, with super cage structure. Typical ISO container number 67.
Station container shipping, where the goods are grouped and packed into containers.
Separate cooling plant, which can supply insulated containers. You can create a container loaded eccentrically.
Container completely closed by a rigid or permanent structure and stainless steel.
Container transport system on conventional railway wagons.
Container roof, doors and side walls that can be removed,retire, the rest based on su, to reduce its volume. Necessary to transport empty.
A number of containers stored horizontally and fixed.
The end of a container without doors.
Truck equipped with gripping device for ISO containers.
Semitrailer equipped with device take hold, ISO Container.
Semitrailer body that is removable from the chassis and place it on a truck, and viceversa.
Train comprising a lower truck platform, which carries two containers high (U.S. only).
Fully loaded container. A container with goods for a single consignment.
Openings to insert the forks of the truck, generally located at the base of container 20 ISO′. Just to manipulate in vacuum.
Platform based on a wagon train to take hold ISO containers.
Sometimes referred to as flat-rack. A platform container without superstructure. but the top and bottom vertices leads with ISO type holes for engagement. Typical ISO number 60.
Occasionally used to describe open ISO containers.
Container height 4′ from 4'3". It can be opened, techo drive the canvas, and solid walls or cage. Typical ISO number 26.
Container with solid doors, complete structure, but open above and sides. Typical ISO number 66.
A standard ISO container with retractable roof, with doors at one or both ends and on one or both sides. Typical ISO numbers 03 and 04.
Heat insulated container and maintaining temperature. Typical ISO number 33.
Load Movement (especially containers) using two or more modes of transport in succession.
Usually a container carrying goods for more than one consignment.
Open or closed at least one side attached to provide ventilation apertures for container.
A ramp bridge that the boat ramp is supported, allows access to the tractor RoRo, trailers y carretillas, prevents elevation changes due to tides.
Container equipped with ventilation.
A dock worker ending a contract for the transportation envolviendo one more transportation methods followed.
Container with sides and / or ends made of bars or mesh, and roofless. Typical ISO numbers 25, 26, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66 and 67.
Container with doors on the sides, awnings o shutters. It is possible to be completely open on one or both sides.
Container with solid removable roof or canvas.
Container with removable roof with an insulating cover.
Without one or more container walls at the ends and sides, but with a structural base at the ceiling end and collection vertices. Typical ISO numbers 61, 62, 63, 64 and 67.
Container with removable roof for merchandise that can be raised above the roof of the container.
Also defined as swap-Ibody. The collection of a highway trailer (usually carrying ISO containers) for a wagon. Widely used in USA.
Suspension Bridge load placed on RoRo ships.
The maximum gross weight of a container. Payload = gross weight - tare.
Insulated container with controlled internal temperature of, by internal cooling system, own the externally supplied. Typical ISO numbers 30, 31, 32, 36, 37, 40, 41 and 42.
Ship with cargo space which is accessed horizontally. The load normally leads, drag the edge carries through the trucks tractors.
Container with canvas awning deployed.
Container for liquid transport or gas but ISO container structure.
A measure of capacity of container ship, stored in the terminal capacity expressed in terms of units of 20 feet.
Trailer on floor. Placing a highway trailer on a specially equipped car.
Ship hold to charge the goods, located between the lower part of the vessel and the cover. The distinguished by its low ceiling and suitable for trucks.
Lifting and safety closures for engaging the tops of the containers, and which are operated manually or remotely to control rotation.
Space advantage in a container, usually due to rupture of the stowage. You can move the eccentric weight.