Sheet Metal · 2021年12月28日

Do You Know the Classification of Container Use?

Classified by use, dry containers; REEFER CONTAINER; DRESS HANGER CONTAINER; OPENTOP CONTAINER; FLAT RACK CONTAINER; TANK CONTAINER.




The general cargo container is the most common container. It is mainly used for transporting general groceries. It is suitable for all kinds of containers that do not 

need to adjust the temperature. It is generally called a general container.


A bulk container is a container for loading various bulk goods such as powder and granular goods.


A liquid cargo container is a container for loading liquid cargo.


The reefer container is a container with a freezer device and a material with a low thermal conductivity on the inner wall for loading the containers for freezing, holding 

and fresh-keeping goods.


A car container is a container designed to carry a car and can be divided into two layers.


The livestock container (PEN CONTAINER) is a container designed to carry live “livestock, with ventilation, with feeding and defecation devices.


The hide container is a kind of container specially designed to carry the leakage property of the skin such as raw hide, and has a double bottom to store the leaked 

liquid container.

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