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The popularization and popularization of containers has revolutionized the transportation industry: container-only ships, special trains, container-specific terminals, special sites, container-specific trucks, loading and unloading equipment, and container manufacturing, trading, leasing, maintenance, management, etc. These are because of the widespread use of containers and have formed their own independent industries and systems.
Modern containers fall into two main categories:
1. Commonly used steel dry goods international standard containers:
20-foot box: 20'x8'x8'6'
40-foot box: 40'x8'x8'6'
40 ft ultra-high box: 40'x8'x9'6'
The above standard box is calculated as A 20-foot box as a unit (1 TEU), a 40-foot box, or a 40-foot super-high box as two units (two TEU).
2. Special boxes:
45-foot or 53-foot containers, which are usually used on the American line;
Open-top box: no roof, to use a tarpaulin cover, used to load the goods convenient from the loading and unloading from above;
Frame box, flat box: used to load ultra-long, ultra-wide, super-high large machinery;
Refrigerator (generally 40 feet super high): used to load refrigerated goods, China's northeast, Shandong region strong demand;
Different sizes, different direction of opening the door of the box;
According to the different categories of loaded goods are divided into: car boxes, coal boxes, paint boxes, tank oil boxes, grain boxes, timber boxes and so on.