Bottom fitting is described as special conical shaped devices inserted between a container and the permanent floor on the deck of a vessel in order to avoid shifting of the container during the voyage of this vessel.

Ref: 122165/2006-09-26


Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): bottoms

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