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    What’s Next For The Steel Box That Changed The World? by John Ward
    Published on September 08, 2014
    It’s just a plain box made of corrugated steel, about 8 feet tall and 20 or 40 feet long. But the humble shipping container changed our world. How so? This simple box ushered in a new era of international trade. Containerization enabled

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