Containers vary according to the type of goods to be transferred, and can be evaluated into two types

General Cargo Containers

A container is made from a particular type of goods, and this type in turn divided into types according to the foundations of the container and access roads to the inside of the packing and unpacking of the most important:

General use containers

A fully closed containers, a solid roof and sides, one side at least the door has been allocated to transport different types of goods any dry cargo or liquid when it was packed in metal cans or plastic

Open-top containers

Containers are similar containers public use except for the presence of a moving and met with the roof of the transfer is made of cloth or plastic, and can be installed four ceiling aspects, and uses this type of transfer is very heavy or bulky goods, are also used to ship goods that can not be filed only upper Balemraf

Flat containers

Without any of the foundations of the graduate, but have the same length and width and equipped regular container angles in order to enable the handling wheels Roll Stability allow them to conduct the loading and unloading operations and monitoring on the docks sometimes.

Containers with lists :

Containers with lists and relevant aspects of the open.They are characterized by aspects that are not fixed.

Cargo Containers

A specially designed containers, Forms vary according to the type of goods, including:

Containers with thermal specifications

It is the same aspects and floor and ceiling thermally insulated to reduce heat exchange between the inside and outside of the container.

Heated thermal containers:

They are fitted with thermal specifications to a producer of heat.

Refrigerated container:

With a thermal specifications, equipped with a cooler ensure the maintenance of cold at a certain level.

The following information printed on the container in a clear and appropriate place and visible:

  • The identity of the owner or the main operator.
  • Signs and numbers to identify the container, and allocated by the owner or the main operator.
  • The weight of an empty container, including its equipment mounted steadily.