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Glossary term Description
container packing certificate Certificate indicating correct loading of a dangerous goods container and the observance of the regulations set out in the IMDG Code (International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code). The container packing certificate is issued by the person responsible for packing the container.
container bolster A container floor without sides or end walls generally used for Ro/Ro operations.
container

Standard-sized steel box used for carriage of cargo, sometimes simply referred to as a box, these come in 20 ft (teu), 40 ft (feu), 40 ft high, 45 ft and 45 ft high. The US also uses 48 ft and 53 ft containers

consolidated packages Group of cargo items fastened together with straps or similar devices.
conro

Container and ro-ro vessel

conair container

Refrigerated containers without their own refrigeration unit, also called insulated or porthole containers. They are reliant on an external supply of cold air. This is achieved by refrigeration units of various types, permanently installed on the ship, permanently installed in the terminal or clip-on units for individual containers. Porthole containers are thermally insulated and have two sealable openings on the end walls (the portholes) through which cold air can be blown into the container and warm air can be extracted. The cold air is forced through the lower opening into the container, then distributed throughout the load via the T-bar floor, and subsequently flows through the load to the top of the container and is extracted through the upper opening

COLREGS International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, 1972. Also known as the Rules of the Road.
coils

Products such as steel sheets, wide strip, steel piping or wire which are coiled into rolls. Coils weighing up to 35 tonnes are transported

coil box container Special container for transporting coils. They handle greater line loads and are equipped with coil wells and special load securing features.
COA

Contract of affreightment, a contract to carry a certain amount of cargo, generally a bulk cargo in several shipments, over a stated period of time