|CONSOLIDATED DELIVERY NOTE||Consolidated Delivery Note|
Used particularly in intermodal transportation, these are standard metal load cases that are resistant to all kinds of atmospheric conditions, easy to handle and stackable. 20ft, 40ft and 45ft containers are the most common types. This classification is made according to the varying size of the containers.
|CONTAINER (20FT)||20-FT Container||20’|
The most common type of container with a 1 TEU capacity, a maximum load capacity of 24,000kg (net 21,600kg) and a volume of 33.1 m³. Its dimensions are 20ft (length) × 8ft (width) × 8.6ft (height) or metrically 6.10m (length) × 2.44m (width) × 2.59m (height).
|CONTAINER (40FT)||40-FT Container||40’|
A 2 TEU container with a maximum load capacity of 30,480kg (net 26,500kg) and a volume of 67.5m³. Its dimensions are 40ft (length) × 8ft (width) × 8.6ft (height) or metrically 12.192m (length) × 2.44m (width) × 2.59m (height) . Since shipment costs are charged per container, they are replacing 20ft containers.
|CONTAINER (45FT)||45-FT high-cube Container||45’|
A 2 TEU container with a maximum load capacity of 30,480kg (net 25,680kg) and a volume of 86.1m³. Its dimensions are 45ft (length) × 8ft (width) × 9ft6 (height) or metrically 13.716 (length) × 2.44m (width) × 2.896m (height).
|CONTAINER (IMCO)||IMCO||Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization|
This is a container consisting of a tank framed with iron profiles containing harmful and flammable substances, such as explosives. They are available as 20ft and 40ft containers and in rare cases 45ft containers.