containerization

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containerization

[kən‚tā·nə·rə′zā·shən]
(industrial engineering)
The practice of placing cargo in large containers such as truck trailers to facilitate loading on and off ships and railroad flat cars.
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But it was a slightly more pronounced trend for the weight of containerized cargo. In the first half of 2019, the weight of containerized cargo was just over 183 million metric tonnes.
Containerized cargo handling services are being provided by International Container Terminal Services, Inc.
Atienza estimates that the BOC could easily increase its annual collection of import taxes by 50 percent, or by P350 billion, once PSI is in place for containerized cargo.
'The President is in a position to administratively direct the mandatory PSI at the country of origin of all containerized cargoes destined for the Philippines,' he said in a statement.
"In addition to containerized cargo, the port handled 75mln TEUs of oil and non-oil products during the past Iranian year (ended March 20)," he added.
The rules designed for containerized cargo are FCA, CPT, CIP, DAT, DAP and DDP, and are all suitable rules for the shipment of containers.
Working under a highly complex Joint Service hierarchy, the RESULTS team received and staged over 50,000 pieces of rolling stock and containerized cargo for over 207,000 armed forces members from 47 Army and Marine Corps units.
The cargo loaded on the Cape Kennedy consisted of equipment primarily from the 1st Brigade, 34th Infantry Division, representing the Montana National Guard and included wheeled, tracked and containerized cargo.
Scrap metal was the second largest containerized cargo moving from the United States to Asia last year, with more than 235,000 TEUs (20-foot equivalent units) shipped during the first nine months of 2005.
The city contends containerized cargo arriving on the west coast, diverted by rail through the Sault and transferred onto truck, can get to the U.S.
Customs has issued the final version of its rule requiring ocean carriers and consolidators to submit cargo manifest information electronically at least 24 hours prior to loading containerized cargo on board vessels at the port of origin.
Cargo tonnage through the 50-mile (80-km) trade route grew 2.7% during the period to 132.1 million long tons, driven by an increase in oil products, containerized cargo and grains.