Non structural container is described as a bottomless, rigid shell made of fibreglass, metal, or other suitable structural material used in combination with an aircraft pallet and net assembly.

-see also:
"Container" is in the NAICS Code "321920"
  (Wood Container and Pallet ManufacturingDrums, shipping, wood, wirebound, manufacturing)

"Container" is in the CPC Code "6711"
  Container handling services

"Container" is in the UNSPSC Code "25181701"
  Container trailers
Ref: 123409/2006-10-14

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Structural container (Structiral container is described as a rigid ...)
Container ((EDV-technisches) Objekt, das aus verschiedenen ...)
Container (Gro?beh?lter zum Transport von losen oder wenig ...)

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