cargo container

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Noun1.cargo container - a large container for freightcargo container - a large container for freight  
container - any object that can be used to hold things (especially a large metal boxlike object of standardized dimensions that can be loaded from one form of transport to another)
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They planned to transfer a cargo container from the station back into the cargo bay in preparation for the ship's undocking from the station, set for tomorrow.
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The sources said that the visiting team held a meeting with the authorities concerned over cargo facilities and discussed issues related to cargo container clearing at the airport.
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Allegedly the operator was untrained in the giant cargo container x-rays at the piers, only in smaller portable units with different computer operating system.
She was found in a cargo container at East Mains industrial estate in Broxburn on Monday.
Ports covered by Global Port Tracker handled 1.7 million TEUs (one TEU is one 20-foot-long cargo container or its equivalent) in November, a volume representing a decline of 1.7% from October but a 5.8% gain from the same month a year earlier.
Drugs Control General Department (DCGD) followed a source of information that indicated an incoming cargo container that hides the narcotics inside.
This study is focused on the LD-3 cargo container as a case study; however the design concepts could be extended and applied to any other ULD.