Types of shipping containers, sizes, dimensions and uses

half height rototainer - shipping and freight resource

Shipping Container, Freight Container, Container, Box, TEU, FEU – many of the synonyms and acronyms by which the common shipping container is referred to as, depending on who is talking..

Universally hailed as one of the greatest inventions of the modern world, the ubiquitous shipping container has really and truly made the world a smaller place and in my view, can be termed the one true architect of Globalisation..

The shipping container has evolved from being just a dumb box to being a smart container capable of being tracked anywhere in the world, in some cases even to the bottom of the ocean..

The shipping container comes in different sizes and types.. This is a refresher on the various types of shipping containers including some unusual shipping containers in use today, its dimensions and information relating to its use and purpose..

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Ana Ruiz Garcı́a de los Rios is FONASBA’s Young Ship Agent or Broker for 2021

Press Release on Shipping and Freight Resource

FONASBA is very pleased to announce that the winner of its Young Ship Agent or Broker Award for 2021 is Ana Ruiz Garcı́a de los Rios, of Bergé Logistics, who is based in Madrid.

Ana is both the first female winner of the Award and the first from Spain.

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Checking of Bill of Lading against Customs documents

bill of lading vs customs documents

Why does a shipping line or agent check or have to check a Bill of Lading against customs documents.. What are they checking for and what should they be checking for..??

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What is Liner Shipping and what is its role in container shipping..??

Liner shipping

There are more than 55,000 merchant ships plying global trade around the world and these ships include General Cargo, Bulk and Break Bulk ships, Container ships, Chemical, Oil and LNG Tankers, Passenger, and various other types of ships.

While these are types of ships, these ships could be operating on two types of services – Liner and Tramp services.

In this article, we look at a liner service as it applies to container shipping.

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