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package in a container


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The confidence of many industries has been on the rise by virtue of containerization.
This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Maritime Containerization in Million TEUs (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units).
Nikkhoo joined Sea-Land in 1977--a shipping and containerization company--beginning the carrier's Iran service after graduating from Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas.
Containerization brought with it a revolution in the maritime transport industry.
In 1994, NDTA devoted an entire chapter of its 50th Anniversary Yearbook to the issues of containerization and standardization.
McLean, who launched modern containerization in April 1956 by having fifty-eight truck trailers loaded onboard a refitted oil tanker that sailed from Newark, New Jersey, to Houston.
According to Levinson, McLean's great accomplishment was not the idea of shipping goods in metal containers--there actually were several previous containerization efforts, dating back to the 1920s, but the concept just never caught on.
To Heney and Seaway officials, containerization represents an important growth market and could generate significant two-way traffic for ports along the 3,700-kilometre marine system.
Contact the Logistic Support Activity (LOGSA) Packaging, Storage, and Containerization Center (PSCC) for information on certification and stamps:
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].