Contenedores

Características de los Contenedores


Dry Van/General – dv


General Use: Suitable for commodities in bundles, cartons, boxes, loose cargo, furnitures, etc.
Size: 20 feet and 40 feet



High Cube – hc


General Use: Same as dry containers, but higher volume capacity.
Size: 40 feet



Open Top – ot


General Use: Suitable for large piece cargo that cannot be loaded through container doors such as machinery, sheet glass, marble, building materials and lumber.

Size: 20 feet and 40 feet




Bulk – blk


General Use: Designed for the carriage of all dry free flowing materials such as chemicals, powders and granules, cement fertilizers, flour, milk powder, sugar, salt and granular plastic products.

Size: 20 feet




Flat – Platform Collapsible Flush Folding – flt


General Use: Used for carrying awkward and oversize loads such as machinery, cables, drums, sheet and steel coils, heavy vehicles, timber and forest products.

Size: 20 feet and 40 feet




Open Side – os


General Use: Suitable for cargo that consists of large pieces that cannot be loaded through container doors. Convenient for loading/unloading at railway sidings.

Size: 20 feet




Reefer – rf


General Use: Suitable for transporting perishable cargo such as vegetables, fruit, meat, etc.

Size: 20 feet and 40 feet




Reefer High Cube – rh


General Use: Same as Reefer 40′, but higher volume capacity.

Size: 40 feet




Iso Tank – iso


Uso General: IMO: Conveniente para las sustancias peligrosas como lquidos t xicos, corrosivos, altamente flameable.

Tanques No-peligrosos: Conveniente para el ltex de los aceites, de los plasticers, de las resinas, natural o sint tico, leche, cervezas, vino, agua mineral.

Size: 20 feet