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Por: Albert Saenz July 22, 2021

10 things you didn't know about sea containers

Did you know that the first sea container dates back to the Second World War and was designed for the transport of bellicose materials? It was created by Malcom McLean when I realized that he could invent something so as not to make such long journeys so he devised some metal boxes for the transport of the goods. The first container had [...]

Did you know that the first sea container dates back to the Second World War and was designed for the transport of bellicose materials?

It was created by Malcom McLean when I realized that he could invent something so as not to make such long journeys so he devised some metal boxes for the transport of the goods.

The first container was 35 feet long, 8 feet high and 8 feet long. The success was so great that it allowed the creation of the shipping company Sea Land, which in 60 containers for the first time in history. From there, sea containers begin to be used on a regular basis within maritime transport.

Currently a ship can carry 150 thousand containers a year and each of these can support 25 tons. This has allowed them to carry the cargo in a safer way, since the containers are resistant, waterproof and hermetic.

Now that you know a little bit about the origin of sea containers, SILVERSEA Containers marítimos explains the 10 things you didn't know about sea containers

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