The size of a container ship is generally calculated by how many 20-foot standard containers (being TEU, Twenty-feet Equivalent Units) can be loaded. For example, a 40-foot container is equivalent to 2 TEU
The size of a container ship is generally calculated by how many 20-foot standard containers (being TEU, Twenty-feet Equivalent Units) can be loaded. For example, a 40-foot container is equivalent to 2 TEUs. That is, a 20'GP) ship is said to have a carrying capacity of 5,000 TEUs.
According to international shipping standards, containers can be divided into 20 feet, 40 feet, 45 feet, etc. according to their length and size. The 40-foot container can be divided into 40-foot (considered as ordinary container) and 40-foot high cabinet, its size is: 40-foot cabinet, internal size 11.8 meters * 2.13 meters * 2.18 meters; the distribution gross weight is generally 22 tons ; The volume of 54 cubic meters, the general weight of the 40-foot general cabinet is 3600 kg, the maximum load is 27400 kg. 40-foot high cabinet: internal dimensions 118.8 meters * 2.13 meters * 2.72 meters; the gross weight of the distribution is generally 22 tons; the volume is 68 cubic meters, and the 40-foot high cabinet has a weight of 4150 kg and a maximum load of 26330 kg. Among them, the issue of weight limitation depends on the situation of different countries and various shipping companies' restrictions on container freight.
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