Transit in a Container: Why is the cargo container so essential?

1 of 1 The container was an important transport device because it was the basis for the transport of goods in a variety of environments.

It was the cornerstone for ships, ships and barges, and it was used for transporting passengers, cargo and military supplies.

It’s also used today for transporting people, goods and goods in and out of the United States and abroad.

A number of countries have their own versions of the container, including India, Indonesia and Mexico.

These versions have evolved over the years and are quite different from the American model, which is based on a wheeled container.

The American version has a fixed axle on which it is anchored to a steel frame, while the Indian version has an optional wheeled base.

These wheeled containers can hold up to 60,000 lbs.

of cargo, and can carry up to 3,000 people.

The most popular model of the American container is the flat-bottom, box-shaped model with the steel frame and a wheel base.

The Indian container is typically made of plywood or other materials, and is sometimes called a pallet or a carton.

Both versions have the capacity to hold between 2,000 and 3,500 lbs.

A cargo container can also be loaded onto a vehicle or truck, or used to move goods or people around a site.

There are other common uses for the container.

For example, the container can be used for moving people, cargo or cargo-carrying goods.

This can also mean that a truck can be parked for hours at a time while other people go about their daily lives.

A large cargo container is often used for delivering freight to or from an export facility or a port.

This is a major reason that the United Kingdom is one of the world’s top importers of containers, accounting for nearly 40 percent of the global total in 2013.

A recent study by the U.K.’s Department for International Development (DFID) found that the U