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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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Chil-dren's Commissioner for England Anne Longfield said: "Something has gone very wrong with our housing system when children are growing up in B&Bs, shipping containers and old office blocks.
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PLANS to build an "imaginative" shipping container village could be resurrected.
The 39m sq shipping container would also have an accessible ramp, and a high and low serving counter area.
PLANS to create a PS20m shipping container business park have been submitted to the council.
Shipping containers, which contained 1,500 metric tons of garbage, were shipped back to South Korea last January.
Locsin blamed the Filipinos who connived with an Ontario-based company to import six years ago nearly 2,450 tons of trash packed in 103 shipping containers, despite a treaty that prohibits rich countries from dumping their garbage on poor countries.
An artist's impression of the Cadwyn shipping containers destined for Cardiff
Beltran said 19 of the 35 shipping containers were initially declared to contain floor mats but turned out to be holding about 9,500 bags to 12,000 bags of sugar.
A social enterprise is using some shipping containers and a double-decker bus to create new homes for rough sleepers.
Content will be a multi-purpose leisure complex made from repurposed shipping containers.
The team behind Crate Park has been in discussions with planners ahead of submitting a detailed application this month, asking for permission to build a mixed use development on land adjacent to the existing Cobalt Business Park, with office space, retail and leisure space provided in upcycled shipping containers. If given the green light, the first tenants will be moving in by November.