A standard unit for counting containers of various lengths, equivalent to 20 feet.
(Twenty-foot-equivalent) A measure of volume or capacity based on the standard dimensions of a 20-ft cargo-carrying container; a 40-ft container provides for the same volume or capacity as two 20-ft containers (2 TEUs).
Twenty-foot equivalent unit. A standard unit for counting containers of various lengths. One standard 40-foot container equals two TEUâ€™s.
20-foot equivalent container; the standard size of a seafreight container
Twenty-foot equivalent unit, a standard size intermodal container.
Twenty-foot equivalent unit, the means of describing the carrying capacity of a train or ship. For example, a 40 foot container takes up the space of two TEUs.
Twenty Feet Equivalent Unit. Container boxes with a length of 20 feet (about 6 metres) which forms the basis of describing the capacity of a container vessel.
Twenty-Foot Equivalent Unit. A measure of container's carrying capacity determined by calculating the length of that container divided by 20. A 48 ft container equals 2.4 TEU. Two-way end-of-train device: Provides an additional measure of safety to a train's braking system, particularly on steep grades, by enabling locomotive engineers to apply an emergency brake from both ends of the train.
A twenty-foot Equivalent Unit, a term for quantifying standard containers, or 20-foot dry-cargo container.
Twenty foot equivalent units
Twenty-foot equivalent unit, the international standard measure for containers and containership capacity.
Twenty Foot Equivalent Unit. A unit of measurement of the cargo carrying capacity of a containership. A standard shipping container is 20 ft long, and therefore equal to one TEU. A 40 ft long shipping container is equal to two TEUs.
Standardized unit for measuring container capacity on ships, railcars, etc.
See Twenty Foot Equivalent Unit.
Abbreviation for "Twenty foot Equivalent Unit."
Twenty-foot equivalent unit. Used to measure a vessel's capacity.
Twenty foot Equivilent Unit Container.
20 foot ISO freight container size used as a unit of measure to describe a number of containers. One 40' container is equivalent to 2 TEUs.
Twenty-foot container equivalent; a measure of oceangoing cargo.
A twenty-foot equivalent unit (6.1m). A standard unit for counting containers of various lengths and for describing container ship or terminal capacity. A standard 40' container equals 2 TEUs.
A measurement of cargo-carrying capacity on a container ship, referring to a common container size of 20 feet in length. Example: one 40-foot container is equal to two TEUs.