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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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Going into what is supposed to be the peak season, many retailers appear to be sitting on adequate inventories, limiting further the need to accelerate containerized imports.
"Shrinkage and pilferage are more controlled in containerized shipping," said Angeles.
The UltraCRUSH modular cone crusher is also containerized, easy to set up and install, and can be transported around the site or to other locations as needed.
'Containerized imports should also be required to go through PSI,' Atienza, former three-term mayor of Manila, said.
Atienza added that the BOC could increase its annual collection of import taxes by 50 percent, or by P350 billion, once PSI is in place for containerized cargo.
Univa has offered native support for containerized workloads in Univa Grid Engine since May of 2016 and enhanced support for Singularity is a natural extension of this capability.
storage systems and supports highly fluid containerized environments that can
Whether an application is containerized or not, Nexus Lifecycle gives our organization the ability to automatically monitor for violations of security or licensing policies early and everywhere across the lifecycle.
Out of 26.677 million ton, the liquid cargo was 12.639 million ton (47.4 per cent), containerized cargo was 10.704 million ton (40.1 per cent) and remaining 3.334 million ton (12.5 per cent) was miscellaneous types of dry bulk/break bulk cargo.
Caption: Tencent West Lab, a fully mobile containerized data center.
"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.
Technavio's analysts forecast the global containerized data center market to grow at a CAGR of 20.91% over the period 2015-2019.