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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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The detailed technical conditions and the conditions for checking, placing into service and transferring the production of containerized lorries are included in the documentation.
She said that the increase in containerized cargo made up for the 6 percent decrease in the volume of non-containerized cargo last year.
This increase in containerized cargo had reportedly offset a 6-percent decrease last year in the volume of noncontainerized cargo, which fell to only 6,646,322 metric tons as against 7,071,444 metric tons in 2016.
With containerized applications, trust is temporal; the older the container image, the greater the chance that the components inside could be a security risk.
Currently, the 3 container port capacities of the country are accommodative of Post Panamax and Post Panamax Plus vessels (capacity of 4,000 to 8,000TEUs of containerized cargo).
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global containerized data center market for the period 2015-2019.
Canadian Clear also specializes in containerized brackish water and sea water plants keeping in focus space availability, mass consumption, relief agencies, war time army requirements, make shift facilities, as well as sea side resorts.
border is due to unprecedented volumes of containerized traffic from Asia.
The first completely containerized chapel, built at the Army Soldier Systems Center at Natick, Massachusetts, was deployed last July to a Force Provider base camp at Kandahar Air Base in Afghanistan.
Southern Command's Joint Intelligence Center, 'Hutchison's containerized shipping facilities in the Panama Canal, as well as the Bahamas, could provide a conduit for illegal shipments of technology or prohibited items from the West to the PRC, or facilitate the movement of arms and other prohibited items into the Americas.
Cargoes handled include heavy equipment, automobiles, vans, trucks and containerized cargoes like textiles, dry goods, produce and meats.
Other major projects in the works are the 679-acre Military Ocean Terminal at Bayonne, developed for mixed-use office, industrial and recreational use; the Port Jersey Industrial and Marine Center, which will consist primarily of warehouse/distribution centers and containerized shipping terminals; and Hudson County's first 18-hole golf course.