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package in a container

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According to Forrester Research, BlackBerrys strong network and data security paired with recently acquired Good Technologys containerization for new devices and application services will enhance its offering further and cement its leadership position.
While the rest of the industry is focused on moving server-side workloads to the cloud, we are unique in applying containerization and virtualization to deliver client-side workloads from the cloud," said Osman Kent, Executive Chairman and co-founder of Numecent.
This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Maritime Containerization in Million TEUs (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units).
For ports, the impact of containerization looked very much like a paradox.
Among other decisions, the ICC put a stop to an early attempt at containerization by a midwestern railroad in the early 1930s because the railroad offered weight-based rates for its services rather than charging a specific rate for each commodity, as required at that time.
Since the early 1970s, the Department of Defense has been moving to 100-percent containerization of munitions.
In August, AMC and DLA introduced an electronic interface between DLA Distribution Standard System (DSS) and the Global Air Transportation Execution System (GATES) that improves the information flow between DLA's consolidation and containerization points (CCPs) and Air Force aerial ports of embarkation (APOEs).
The new interface will improve information flow between DLA's Consolidation and Containerization Points (CCPs) information system and the one used at Air Force aerial ports.
Opened in February of 2004, the MCOOC is a custom designed facility for the Naval Construction Force containerization process.
We don't have many well-documented answers to this interesting question, for very few scholars have investigated the history of containerization [1,3].
Describing Rotterdam, the forerunner of the late twentieth-century European boom cities, Henk de Bruijn argued that its main characteristics, 'expansion of scale, globalization, containerization, clustering, added value', (3) were the main drivers for its regeneration.
In the early 1980s, the Port Authority determined that the piers were no longer needed for their original maritime use given the evolution of much of the maritime trade to containerization.
As a major import/export refrigerated facility, POCL has established a full line of services including USDA approval for Russian and EU exports, pork certification, a DOC seafood inspection room, cross docking and containerization.
And both sides understand there is a lot at stake, with each acknowledging that the upcoming contract is likely to be one of a historic nature, maybe even as important as the original Modernization & Mechanization agreement of 1960, which protected union longshore jobs in the face of the containerization revolution.