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Glossary term Description
hard-top open-top container Container that opens at the top and can be closed with a solid roof (steel sheet). Like all containers that open at the top, this is suitable for crane loading.
Handysize bulk carrier

Large Handysize 25,000–39,999 dwt; small Handysize 10,000–24,999 dwt. The term Handysize may also be applied to a small medium-range (MR) tanker

Handymax

Bulk carrier (or bulker) of 40,000–49,999 dwt. A large Handymax is 50,000–59,999 dwt. The term may also be applied to a large medium-range (MR) tanker of 40,000–54,999 dwt

handling symbol Handling symbols are an essential part of the marking of packages and ensure greater care is taken during cargo handling.
half-height open-top container

A half-height container with no roof that is particularly suitable for heavy and compact cargo

ha

Hectare. SI-accepted metric unit of area, equal to 100 acres