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containerizeverb [T]

(UK usually containerise) uk   /kənˈteɪ.nər.aɪz/  us   /kənˈteɪ.nə.raɪz/
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containerizeverb [T]

( UK also containerise) uk   us   /kənˈteɪnəraɪz/
TRANSPORT to put goods into a container or containers for transport, or to make a port, ship, etc. suitable for this method of transport: The face of shipping has changed, with more goods traditionally handled in bulk now being containerized.
containerized
adjective ( UK also containerised)
containerized cargo/goods/shipments
containerization
noun [U] ( UK also containerisation)
In April 1956 , the first of these converted ships sailed from New York to Houston, and containerization became a sunrise industry.
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