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The Difference Between 20 High Cube Container and 40ft Container

Refers to a certain volume, suitable for transport in the various modes of transportation, has a certain strength and stiffness to the repeated use of the metal box the international organization for standardization (ISO) definition of container is as follows: excellent durability, strength of its strong enough to use repeatedly to facilitate transport goods specifically designed, in one or more of the transportation without midway change sets to facilitate loading and unloading and handling device, especially easy to from the mode of transportation is transferred to another mode of transportation should be paid attention to when designing to facilitate goods fill or discharge empty content for a cubic meters or cubic meters.

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1. Description of containers:

(1) DRY-FREIGHT CONTAINERS:

dry containers come in several sizes and designs:

• 20’ with payload up to 28.3 metric tons.

• 40’ both 8’6” and 9’6”high with payload up to 28.6 metric tons.

• 45’ and 9’6” high with a total capacity of 86 cubic metres Maersk Line offers various types of extra equipment:

• Hanger beams which allow transport of garments on hangers without further packing.

• Extra high payload and extra door-width versions.

• Bull rings and lashing bars to give your cargo added security.

(2) REEFER CONTAINERS:

Maersk Line has been at the forefront of refrigerated transport since 1936. Our first reefer container was manufactured in 1964 and established a trend of technological innovation that has seen Maersk Line become the largest carrier of refrigerated container cargo in the world. Our Controlled Atmosphere containers, such as StarFresh, StarVent and Super Freezer, are examples of how our experience and industry insight directly benefit our customers.We have put together a large team of dedicated reefer specialists from around the globe to help you prepare refrigerated cargo for shipment and provide detailed information regarding our specialised reefer containers.

(3) FLAT RACKS:

Maersk Line has specific equipment for heavy cargo that requires special attention, or does not fit into a standard container. We provide flat racks in lengths of 20’ and 40’, with fixed or collapsible end-walls. This equipment is suitable for top or side loading, and ideal for items such as heavy machinery, pipes and boats.

(4) OPEN-TOPS:

Our special open-top containers are available in lengths of 20’and 40’ and have been designed for over-sized cargo that does not fit into a standard container. These have removable roof bows and tarpaulin covers, and the cargo can easily be secured with lashing bars and bull rings.

Knowledge of Container

2. Technical data of containers:(The dimensions are in millimeters. Capacity in CBM. Weight in kg.)

(1) Internal dimensions:

 Dry containerReefer containerOpen Top containerFlat Rack container
LWHLWHLWHLWH
20′589023502390543522862245590023302337562821782159
40′1202923502390115522266220012025233023371176221781986
HC12029235226981155822862505//////

(2) Capacity and Payload

 Dry containerReefer containerOpen Top containerFlat Rack container
CuPCuPCuPCuP
20′33.12174027.52113532.621740/27800
40′67.72663058.72658056.826410/40250
HC76.32660066.126380////

(3) Meaning of the first digit of container serial number

 Dry containerReefer containerOpen Top containerFlat Rack container
20′03268222325265292
40′147202124275494
HC9629//

(4) Door opening Dimensions

 Dry container
20′40′HC
WHWHWH
234022802340228023402585
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