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Richard E Jamrozy, James M Wilczynski: Railroad car for container transport. Thrall Car Manufacturing Company, Marshall O Toole Gerstein Murray & Bicknell, December 26, 1989: US04889055 (33 worldwide citation)

A railroad car for transporting horizontal shipping containers includes (1) a vertical transition box from the car center sill to the end wall of a well portion capable of receiving one or more shipping containers, (2) car body bottom side sills in the form of an inserted T-member, (3) shear plates ...


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George Chieger, Tara N Banerjea: Composite extruded floor. Fruehauf Corporation, Harness Dickey & Pierce, October 12, 1976: US03984961 (32 worldwide citation)

The disclosure relates to a solution to the problem of distortion and deformation of the floor of a lightweight shipping container. Heretofore, relatively heavy loading of lightweight shipping containers has caused the floor thereof to deflect sufficiently to distort the side walls and end walls of ...


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Michael B McLeod, Oscar Rochefort: Shipping container convertible to a display container. Smurfit Stone Container Enterprises, Armstrong Teasdale, June 27, 2006: US07066379 (31 worldwide citation)

Shipping containers that are convertible to display containers are disclosed. The containers comprise wrap around outer shells of the general type known as “Bliss” wraps, in combination with interior vertical support structures. The invention presents improved two- and three-piece container construc ...


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Ty Schmitt, Robert Riegler: System and method for high density information handling system enclosure. Dell Products, Hamilton & Terrile, Robert W Holland, December 14, 2010: US07852627 (30 worldwide citation)

An information technology enclosure has a processing subsystem and infrastructure subsystem in separate shipping containers that cooperate to process information. The processing subsystem has increased information processing density by concentrating information handling systems in a first processing ...


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Daniel A Pharo: Inflatable package insert. Donald S Dowden, August 29, 1995: US05445274 (29 worldwide citation)

An improved packaging system comprises several modifications of an inflatable package utilizing pressurized air to protect and cushion products for shipment. The improvements consist of novel flexible pouches, designed to fit corrugated shipping cartons, wooden crates and steel of molded plastic shi ...


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Richard E Jamrozy, James M Wilczynski: Railroad car for container transport. Thrall Car Manufacturing Co, Marshall O Toole Gerstein Murray & Bicknell, September 5, 1989: US04862810 (29 worldwide citation)

A railroad car for transporting horizontal shipping containers includes (1) a vertical transition box from the car center sill to the end wall of a well portion capable of receiving one or more shipping containers, (2) car body bottom side sills in the form of an inverted T-member, (3) shear plates ...


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Charles A Heidelbach: Quick-bonding adhesively attachable support pads for palletizing containers. Fiat Allis Construction Machinery, February 24, 1976: US03940101 (29 worldwide citation)

Support pads formed of stacks or rolls of corrugated material have instant-bonding (pressure sensitive) adhesive on one surface thereof to adapt them for instant attachment to the underside of shipping containers, such as corrugated boxes, to provide an integral palletized container construction.


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Tung C Ma, Arnold L Berzins, Charles J Davis, Bruce T Watson: Repulpable, water repellant paperboard. International Paper Company, Ostrager Chong & Flaherty, June 3, 1997: US05635279 (28 worldwide citation)

Paperboard having a water-repellant coating which includes a polymer matrix/wax/pigment mixture and is applied to the paperboard as an aqueous formulation. The polymer matrix includes polymer chains which are ionically cross-linked through pendant carboxylic acid groups to provide, together with the ...


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Kenneth A Gablin, Larry J Hansen: Safe transporation of hazardous materials. Nuclear Engineering Co, Schapp and Hatch, July 18, 1978: US04100860 (28 worldwide citation)

A shipping container overpack for safe transportation of radioactive and other hazardous materials provides a leakproof receptacle for containing and protecting the material to be shipped against accidental release and dispersal into the surrounding environment. The receptacle is of conventional siz ...


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Richard E Jamrozy, James M Wilczynski: Railroad car for container transport. Thrall Car Manufacturing Company, Marshall O Toole Gerstein Murray & Bicknell, February 28, 1989: US04807722 (28 worldwide citation)

A railroad car for transporting horizontal shipping containers includes (1) a vertical transistion box from the car center sill to the end wall of a well portion capable of receiving one or more shipping containers, (2) car body bottom side sills in the form of an inverted T-member, (3) shear plates ...



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