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reefer

1. Nautical a person who reefs, such as a midshipman
2. Slang a hand-rolled cigarette, esp one containing cannabis
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Although continued technological refinements and developments and increasing competition among manufacturers of CA systems are bringing investment costs down, much of the CA reefer trade is seasonal (timed, for example, to the fruit harvest) and therefore particularly vulnerable to income swings.
Hapag-Lloyd has placed a record order for the refrigerated containers known as reefers. Production of 970 20-foot containers and 12,450 40-foot containers is already scheduled to commence as early as July.
Established in 2003, Reefer Trends provides weekly market briefs on reefer business to at least 200 paying subscriber-companies from 34 countries, according to its web site.
Transport companies often put significant attention to being in constant contact with their trailers through the use of a telematics system, even if the unit is off-road or on part of a journey where the reefers units are idle.
With an average reefer container age of three years, UASC's progressively expanding reefer fleet is one of the youngest in the industry and this order of an additional 2,000 reefer units represents a considerable increase in the overall size of UASC's reefer fleet, a statement said.
With a global network servicing established and emerging markets, UASC's steadily expanding reefer fleet is one of the youngest in the industry, with an average reefer container age of three years.
The factory, due to start operations by the end of 2013, is aimed at improving reefer trade in western South America, MCI said.
Pete Osborne, Innovate's Managing Director comments: "We were looking for a manufacturer to supply 180 trailers with single temperature reefers and Thermo King presented the best deal.
She indicated that the growing imports in Russia and China are very important for the reefer industry as are the different free trade agreements, which open up new markets.
On the contrary, recent innovations in design and applications of sensory and wireless technologies have promoted the average trailer, especially the refrigerated trailer, or reefer, from kindergarten straight into graduate school, or at least to some sort of good community college.
Buddies: Angwise, Herman, Tommy Gurrolla, El Nino Romero, Antwuan Tupa 4, Chilean Reefer
The assassin who is named Anazasi seems fairly oblivious throughout the book and spends most of his time stoned to the bejesus on hash, weed, blow, reefer, dope, bud, whatever you want to call it.