Container Matters - Chinese Translation
This pamphlet aims to identify some of the most frequent causes of cargo claims and how to avoid them. It covers damage to container cargo, how containers should be stuffed, the carriage of reefer containers, the carriage of agricultural products, dangerous goods, problems with securing equipment, container crime and container-top safety
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