Container may refer to:
- Items used to contain, store, and transport products, such as:
- Can (disambiguation), several meanings
- Shipping containers include
- Wooden box
- Intermodal container, aka Ship container or Cargo container
- Twenty-foot equivalent unit, an industry standard intermodal container size
- Intermediate bulk container
- Corrugated box made of corrugated fiberboard
- Unit Load Device
- Drum (container)
- Flexible intermediate bulk container
- Food storage container
- A skydiving container, which stores the parachute on a skydiving rig
Other articles related to "container":
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... In the UK, you cannot store a container of oil or fuel outside unless it is bunded in a secondary containment item (Oil Storage Regulations 2001) ... This means that if the container of oil leaks, it will be contained within the bund ... containment item must be able to hold 110% of the largest container above.For further information on Legislation and Regulations Although there are no laws in the UK stating that a sump pallet must hold 110% of the ...
... SECU, Stora Enso Cargo Unit, is a type of intermodal container (shipping container) built to transport bulk cargo like paper on railway and ship ... A SECU looks like a standard 40-foot ISO Container but is bigger, measuring 13.8×3.6×3.6 m (45×12×12 ft) and which can carry 80 tonnes (79 long tons 88 short tons. 26.5-tonne (26.1-long-ton 29.2-short-ton) capacity of an ISO Container ...
Famous quotes containing the word container:
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—Frank S. Nugent (19081965)
“A book is simply the container of an idealike a bottle; what is inside the book is what matters.”
—Angela Carter (19401992)