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Kind of containers

DRY: The container is the most used by sea, it is for all types of dry cargo of 20 and 40 feet.

HIGH CUBE: This type of container is a transport unit. Its main characteristic is that it is about 30 centimeters higher than standard 20- and 40-inch containers. It is used for general or oversized cargo.

REEFER: A refrigerated container, also known as a 40-foot reefer, is a merchandise transport unit that has a length of 12.19 meters, it is used to transport refrigerated merchandise that requires specific temperatures during transportation. For Example: fruit, meat, chicken, turkey, bread, and ice cream

NOR: This type of container is a refrigerated container that is not connected to electricity, therefore, it can be used for dry cargo.

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