Your Guide to Shipping Containers

29 October 2019
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So-called intermodal shipping has been around since the 1950s when a standard system for transporting items by sea, road and rail started to become the norm around the world. One of the key aspects of this was the introduction of the shipping container, something that could be picked up easily by cranes, stacked on top of other containers and placed on the back of trucks or railroad wagons. Of course, there have been plenty of developments with containerisation over the years but the principal design of the containers used in the system has not altered that much. Read More