Whether labeled as drums, hoppers, skips, bins or containers (not to mention Gaylord boxes and other nonmetallic options), a variety of collection devices are placed by scrap companies at customer sites.
What does CTRS stand for?
CTRS stands for Containers
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Many processors and machinery suppliers are evaluating this material, driven by customers that seek to differentiate their products with clear containers for items such as juice, soap, and household products.
By normal modes, van Nieuwkop says that same containers would have taken three to four weeks after arriving in a hub port like New York, Halifax or Montreal, stored in a terminal, then transferred onto rail or truck to its final destination.
Take, for instance, reusable containers for shipping, handling and even storing repairables.
Once the container expanded to three times its initial width, Brown and Bzorgi glided the supply containers across the linoleum floor to their proper places and set up the surgical equipment so users would get accustomed to the process.
The huge cargo ships that ply the world's oceans are losing containers overboard in rough seas, a problem for insurers, product manufacturers and steamship companies worldwide.
The tags are scanned by special readers mounted in unloading stations at the customer site as the containers are emptied for use.