Dry cargo containers are mainly distinguished from refrigerated containers, open top containers, frame containers, bulk containers, and 80% of dry cargo containers on the market. Ordinary containers, also known as dry cargo containers. Mainly used for the transportation of groceries, usually used for the transportation of stationery, daily necessities, medicine, textiles, handicrafts, chemical products, hardware, electrical machinery, instruments and machine parts.
Dry cargo containers account for 80% of the total number of containers. In addition to frozen goods, live movements In addition to goods and plants, dry cargo containers can be used for goods that are suitable for container transportation in terms of size and weight.
20GP dry cargo containers: 20-foot, 40-foot containers are called dry cargo containers. Also called a grocery container, others call it a container. Such container It is used to transport groceries that do not require temperature control. It is widely used. It is commonly used in 20-foot and 40-foot containers, and an elevated 40-foot container is also a dry cargo container.
This container structure is often closed. Generally, a box door is provided at one end or side, and a certain device for reinforcing goods is provided in the box, and the box is required to be clean, water-proof and water leakage during use. Appropriate packaging is required for the loaded goods in order to make full use of the container’s capacity.
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