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Are the most common types of freight trailers hauled by commercial trucking companies. Van carriers move freight that is loaded into a semi trailer. Semi trailers are typically between 26 and 53 feet used to carry goods from Origin to Destination.
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In the form of van trailers, are used in the transportation industry to transport temperature-sensitive goods. In general, these haulers are refrigerated—“reefer” is slang for “refrigerated”—though they may also be heated. Modern reefer trailers commonly measure between 48 and 55 feet (15 and 17 m) in length and can haul multiple products in the same trip.
A container fitted with a solid removable roof or with a tarpaulin roof that can be loaded or unloaded from the top.
Are especially suitable for heavy loads and cargo that needs loading from the top or sides, such as pipes and machinery. You will find collapsible containers and non-collapsible containers with or without wall.
Are able to open on the upper side if it is necessary with just opening the top.The top of the container consists of the same material as the rest of the container and has special safety features. If the top is not open, the use of the container is similar to a standard dry van container. The walls of hard-top containers are generally made of corrugated steel, and wooden floors. It is very easy to pack and unpack the container from above or through the doors by crane or crab when the roof is open and the door header is swiveled out.
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In road transport, an oversize load (or overweight load) is a load that exceeds the standard or ordinary legal size and/or weight limits for a specified portion of road, highway or other transport infrastructure, such as air freight or water freight. There are also load per axle limits. However, a load that exceeds the per-axle limits, but not the overall weight limits, is considered overweight.