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UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE
RECOMMENDATION 21/REV.2
CODES FOR PASSENGERS, TYPES OF CARGO, PACKAGES
AND PACKAGING MATERIALS WITH COMPLEMENTARY
CODES FOR PACKAGE NAMES
(Geneva, IX.1996)
The Working Party on Facilitation of International Trade Procedures, a subsidiary body of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, agreed to include in its programme of work in 1976 a project to specify various types and methods of packaging with a view to the subsequent creation of codes for names of packages most frequently used in trade. The aim was to provide a link between documents and goods and facilitate the identification of goods and other cargo handling operations during transport.
Realizing that other international bodies, such as the UN/ECE Inland Transport Committee, the European Economic Community (EEC), the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and the International Union of Railways (UIC) also had a strong interest in and had undertaken work on this subject, the UN/ECE Working Party in 1981 invited the secretariats of all interested international organizations to examine the various concepts and to collaborate to harmonize the different codes. After extensive national and international consultation and collaboration, in 1986 a final project was transmitted to the Working Party which at its twenty-third session in March 1986 agreed to adopt the appropriate Recommendation.
At its thirty-ninth session (March 1994), the Working Party agreed to approve the proposal made by the delegation of Canada in document TRADE/WP.4/R.895 to incorporate, as an additional annex, the packaging codes used for the transportation of dangerous goods into the Recommendation and to amend it appropriately.
RECOMMENDATION
The Working Party on Facilitation of International Trade Procedures,
Bearing in mind the rapid and accelerating pace of the introduction of new transport and data processing techniques and urgent need to adapt trade procedures to such new techniques;
Noting that there is a need to harmonize existing expressions and codes used in international trade procedures to describe and represent different types cargo, packages and packaging materials;
Recommends Governments and organizations responsible for relevant national regulations and practices related to the movement of goods in international trade to support international facilitation work by considering the codes described in the present recommendation with a view to introducing them in such regulations and in practice;
Recommends organizations responsible for international instruments that contain codes such as those covered by the present recommendation to consider harmonization of any such codes in accordance with those presented hereafter when reviewing existing or preparing new international provisions;
Recommends participants in international trade to use, as required, the numeric codes presented in this recommendation when there is a need for such codes in trade procedures to represent different types of cargo, packages, and packaging materials;
Recommends participants in international trade to use, as required, the complementary alphabetic codes presented in this recommendation when there is a need for such codes in trade procedures to represent names of packages;
Invites Governments and international organizations concerned to notify the Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Europe of the extent to which they are able to harmonize the relevant codes for which they carry responsibility or to communicate the reasons for being unable to do so.
At the thirty-ninth session of the Working Party representatives attended from: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the United States of America. Representatives from Australia, Brazil, Gabon, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Nigeria and Senegal participated under Article 11 of the Commission"s terms of reference.
The session was attended by representatives of the European Union (EU).
The session was also attended by representatives of the secretariat of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL), and the International Trade Centre UNCTAD/GATT (ITC), as well as by representatives of the following intergovernmental organizations: Universal Postal Union (UPU), European Free Trade Association (EFTA), Central Office for International Railway Transport (OCTI) and Customs Co-operation Council (CCC). The following non-governmental organizations were represented: Comite International des Transport Ferroviares (CIT), International Air Transport Association (IATA), International Article Numbering Association (EAN), International Express Carriers" Conference (IECC), International Road Transport Union (IRU), International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), International Organization for Standardization (ISO), International Union of Railways (UIC), Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (S.W.I.F.T.), Union des Administrations Portuaires du Nord de I"Afrique (UAPNA). Also present at the invitation of the secretariat were representatives of the Taipei EDIFACT Committee, SITPROSA (Trade Facilitation Committee of the Republic of South Africa) and International Federation of Inspection Agencies (IFIA).
I. BACKGROUND
1. International trade implies the movement of goods over international boundaries. For several reasons these goods need to be described and identified while they are being moved. Identification marks ("shipping marks") are essential for this purpose and descriptions of the nature of the merchandise may also be helpful. But the appearance of the goods as presented for transport is a very useful means to identify them and is also of vital importance for handling operations, for planning and statistical recording of such operations and as a basis for the establishment of freight and cargo handling tariffs.
2. The harmonization of expressions and concepts used to describe and identify goods and cargo moving in transport has been recognized as a problem that needs attention within the framework of the international work on facilitation of trade procedures. It is recognized that valuable work has already been undertaken by unimodal transport operators and by some official regulatory agencies responsible for health and safety standards in transport of certain products (e.g. food, plants, drugs, dangerous goods and hazardous wastes). But these have been independent efforts and there is at present a number of non-harmonized terms and codes for loads, packagings and other modes of appearance of goods in transport and transport-related operations. This lack of harmonization has caused difficulties, for consecutive cargo operations by different modes of transport as well as for the forwarding and packaging industries and the recording of statistics on international trade and transport.
3. The computerization of transport procedures has further increased the need for harmonization. Standardized data elements are a pre-requisite for data interchange between trading partners and other private or official participants in trade, for paper-less interchange by automated means and also for simplified documentary procedures.
4. In 1976 the UN/ECE Working Party on Facilitation of International Trade Procedures agreed on a new work item: to develop a packaging code with the main aim of linking documents to consignments. At that time the International Union of Railways (UIC), together with the Organization for the Collaboration of Railways (OSZhD), was developing packaging codes for the needs of railway transport and the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) was developing such codes for maritime transport. UIC and ICS undertook to work as co-rapporteurs for the new work item. The aim was to establish a harmonized coding system, in the belief that such a standard would be of considerable general interest, inter alia for trade facilitation. The offer was gratefully accepted by the Working Party.
5. The work of the co-rapporteurs involved the listing of various names for packages and their synonyms, consideration of the meanings of detailed descriptions, and preparing diagrams for easy recognition. A comprehensive report was transmitted to the Working Party in 1981 (TRADE/WP.4/R.140); the analysis and methodology developed during the work resulted in the establishment of a structure which provided for a three-tiered numeric system of four digits, with a first digit for "unit loads", second and third digits for fifty-seven recognized package types and a fourth digit for specifying packaging materials. Within this flexible structure further international harmonization could be pursued.
6. In 1977 the ECE Inland Transport Committee agreed to the proposal by the thirty-first session of the Group of Experts on Transport Statistics that the Commodity Classification for Transport Statistics in Europe (CSTE) should be adapted to current needs. The terms of reference for a task force set up for this work included "consideration of the possibilities to incorporate characteristics of handling cargo in the CSTE".
7. The Governments of Belgium and the Netherlands undertook to collaborate on this item and submitted a joint paper in April 1979 (TRANS/GE.6/R.21), which recommended a one-digit classification, separate from the CSTE, for cargo-handling characteristics in four modes of transport (sea, inland water-way, rail and road) to be known as "mode of appearance". The European Economic Community submitted a draft one-digit cargo classification applicable to all modes of transport in 1981 (TRANS/GE.6/R.36).
8. The Shipping Division of UNCTAD developed in 1979 a one-digit "broad packing code" and also a two-digit "detailed packing code" for the "Manual on a Uniform System of Port Statistics and Performance Indicators".
9. The Working Party on Facilitation of International Trade Procedures realised that other international bodies such as the Customs Co-operation Council (CCC), and regional economic groupings also had a strong interest in the coding project. The secretariat of the ECE undertook to report on their work and to ascertain which organizations would participate in an examination of the compatibility of various concepts (TRADE/WP.4/R.202). The secretariats of the interested international organizations were invited by the ECE secretariat to collaborate with a view to achieving the optimum future harmonization of classification and, if possible, of codes. Five such inter-secretariat meetings, serviced by the Trade Division of the UN/ECE and chaired by the Statistical Office of the European Communities (SOEC), were arranged at Geneva between 1981 and 1985.
10. The first meeting examined the purposes of the various codes and agreed that they should cover all goods in all modes of transport and should classify them according to the most external cover or wrapping. The meeting also agreed on the first five common categories for a one-digit cargo classification. The second meeting (September 1982) examined underlying principles and practical problems (synonyms, simultaneous packagings in "combination", complications related to dangerous goods etc). It was agreed:
1) to identify "preferred" terms,
2) to envisage both simple applications covering only one packaging (e.g. the EEC and UNCTAD codes) and complex applications for combined packagings (UIC/ICS code) and
3) to omit reference to dangerous goods (because danger was a characteristic of the goods, not of the package, and could be present also in unpacked bulk gods). The third meeting (June 1984) agreed that "shape" should be the basic criterion for classifying packaging types and that the first digit could be a one-digit code for packages. Codes were allocated to nine types of cargo, nine types of packages (arranged in order from the most to the least frequent) and to eight types of packaging materials. The fourth inter-secretariat meeting (February 1985) agreed, in view of comments received, to apply the "shape" criterion more consistently to package types, a further breakdown was suggested according to "size".
11. The final meeting (November 1985) prepared a draft Recommendation, in the form of a structured, numeric code system for cargo units (one-digit), package types (one-digit or, optionally, two-digits) and packaging materials (one-digit). The UN/ECE secretariat prepared complimentary two-letter codes to represent the most frequently used package names. Pictorial symbols were added to the textual descriptions to provide a visual association between the codes and the types of packages that they represent.
12. After further extensive national and international consultations the present recommendation was adopted at the twenty-third session of the UN/ECE Working Party on Facilitation of International Trade Procedures, in March 1986.
II. SCOPE
13. This Recommendation establishes a numeric code system to represent types of cargo, packages and packaging materials in trade, transport and other economic activities related to international trade. The Recommendation also establishes complementary alphabetic codes for names of packages.
14. At its thirty-ninth session, the Working Party agreed to approve the proposal made by the delegation of Canada in document TRADE/WP.4/R.895 to incorporate, as an additional annex, the packaging codes used for the transportation of dangerous goods into the Recommendation and to amend it appropriately.
III. FIELD OF APPLICATION
15. The code system and the codes provided for in this Recommendation are intended for use in data interchange between participants in international trade, by automatic interchange methods, and also in other applications. The codes are also intended for use in manual systems, e.g. to complement or substitute plain language descriptions in forms used in international trade. Where appropriate and desirable, the codes can be used in the context of other economic activities.
IV. TERMS AND DEFINITIONS
16. For the purpose of this Recommendation the following definitions apply:
Cargo: The load of goods carried on board a ship or on another means of transport; <*>
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<*> Cargo can consist of either liquid or solid materials or substances, without any packaging (e.g. bulk cargo), or of loose items of unpacked goods, packages, unutilized goods (on pallets or in freight containers) or goods loaded on transport units and carried on active means of transport.
Cargo type: A classification of cargo carried, or intended to be carried, on means of transport, based on its general appearance.
Package: The complete product of a packaging operation, as prepared for transport and consisting of the packaging (receptacle, container) and its contained goods; <**>
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<**> The term package includes all articles used and, in particular, holders used as external or internal coverings for goods, holders on which goods are rolled, wound or attached, containers (other than those defined in international conventions) and receptacles. The term excludes means of transport and articles of transport equipment such as pallets and freight containers.
Packaging: Materials and components used in any packaging operation to wrap, contain and protect articles or substances during transport;
Package type: The shape or configuration of a package as it appears for transport.
V. REFERENCES
17. The following international instruments and documents have been taken into account in the preparation of the present Recommendation:
UN/ECE/TRANS/GE.6/R.36, 1981: Possibilities of developing a classification of characteristics of handling cargo in relation to the CSTE
UN Statistical Commission: Recommendation of a uniform system to link commodity flows and shipping documents (20th session, 1979)
UNCTAD/SHIP/185/Rev. 1, Manual on a uniform system of port statistics and performance indicators, 1979, 2nd edition, 1983
UN/ECE/FAL Recommendation No. 19: Code for Modes of Transport, 1981
UN/ECE/FAL Recommendation No. 20: Code for Units of Measurement Used in International Trade, 1985
European Convention on Customs Treatment of Pallets Used in International Transport, Geneva, 1956
OECD: Recommendations on the international standardization of packing for fruit and vegetables
Customs Convention on the temporary importation of Packings, Brussels, 1960
Customs Convention on Containers, Geneva, 1956
Customs Convention on Containers, Geneva, 1972
ISO TC 122: Packing, draft proposal 5988
ISO 3676-1983 Packing. Unit load sizes. Dimensions
IATA, 1982: Special handling codes.
United Nations Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous goods, ST/SG/AC.10/1/Rev.8, 1993
18. Reference is also made to the UN/ECE Trade Data Elements Directory (UNTDED), which includes the following data element, relevant for this Recommendation:
7064 Package Type
Desc: Description of the form in which goods are presented
7064 Package Type, coded
Repr: n..4; a2
VI. STRUCTURE AND PRESENTATION OF THE CODE
SYSTEM AND THE CODES
A. Structure of the numeric code system
19. The Recommendation provides numeric codes for:
(a) Cargo type (one-digit), indicating handling characteristics of the cargo.
(b) Package type (two digits of which the second is optional), referring to packages (by extension in order to insure complete coverage) of goods carried loose in freight containers, wagons, ships, etc.
(c) Packaging material (one-digit), referring to the type of any material (steel, wood, textile, paper etc), used for making a package.
B. Optional alphabetic codes
20. Complementary alphabetic codes are provided to represent package names most commonly used in trade and transport. These names are listed in Annex V and VI in alphabetic name and code order, respectively with their two-letter representations and corresponding numeric codes.
C. The presentation of the codes
21. The different codes are presented in the Annexes to this Recommendation, as follows:
Annex I: Basic numeric, one-digit code system
Annex II: Cargo type one-digit code: descriptions, with pictorial symbols
Annex III: Table of cargo type code, package type code and packing materials code
Annex IV: Package type code: 2-digit codes (1-digit, optionally), pictorial symbols, descriptions and common names
Annex V: Coded representation of package type names used in international trade (in alphabetic name order)
Annex VI: Coded representations of package type names used in international trade (in alphabetic code order)
Annex VII: Code for designating types of packagings in the transport of dangerous goods.
VII. RULES OF APPLICATION
22. The three numeric codes (Cargo type, Package type, Packaging Material) can each be used independently or in combination with one or both of the other two. The Packaging Material code is especially suitable for use in combination with the Package Type code.
23. The numeric codes can be used at the one-digit level (ANNEX I).
24. Each of the codes can be used in a simple, single, application
In this type of application:
(a) the Cargo Type code can be used to record only the most external form of the cargo visible during transport and indicative of the most appropriate method of handling. (This is designated the "first-level mode of appearance" by transport statisticians);
(b) the Package Type code can be used (by a manufacturer, for example) to record only the "immediate wrapping or receptacle of the goods, which the purchaser normally acquires with them in retail sales"; similarly, this code can be used (by an exporter or shipper, for example) to record only the "most external wrapping or receptacle of the goods, which the importer, wholesaler or the retailer normally acquires";
(c) the Packaging Material code can be used to record only the material used to make that packaging which is to be recorded under the Package Type code.
25. The codes for Cargo Type and Package Type may be used in combination with other codes such as Code for Modes of Transport (UN/ECE Recommendation No. 19).
26. The codes for Package Type (one-digit level) and Package Names (two-alpha) may be used in combination with a data element specifying unit of measurement, to indicate the precise size of package, for example, "5 KGM", "25 KGM", or "50 KGM" receptacles for dry goods, or "70 CLT", "1 LTR", "5 LTR" receptacles for liquid goods (UN/ECE Recommendation No. 20 under revision).
27. The Package Type codes can be used, alternatively, at the two-digit level. The two-digit Package Type code is hierarchical in structure: the first digit indicates primarily shape of the package, whilst the (optional) second digit indicates primarily size of packages within each shape.
28. The numeric code system is generic and accommodates in its structure all existent and all possible types of cargo, packages and packaging materials at either the one-digit or the two digit level.
29. As a further alternative, Package Names codes can be used. These complementary, two-alpha codes cover the current and most frequently used package names in the English, French and Russian languages. Additional package names and codes may be added under the maintenance procedure.
Rules of extended application
30. Each of the codes can be used, by extension, in more complex, multiple applications. In this type of application, several characters for each code (numeric or alphabetic) can be used simultaneously as nested data elements (corresponding to the several levels of cargo units being carried, or the several levels of packages being shipped, simultaneously nested one inside another) so that
(a) the Cargo Type code can be used to record, in succession two, three or more levels of cargo from the most external cargo inwards; for example, a lorry with a freight container "said to contain" pallets loaded with sacks of coffee coded:
6, 2, 4, 9;
(b) the Package Type code can be used to record, in succession two, three, or more levels of packaging from the most external packaging inwards; for example, a large box containing cartons of small bags or sachets tea is coded:
2, 2, 6 (one-digit code) or
24, 22, 61 (two-digit code) or
BX, CN, SA (two-alpha code);
(c) the Packaging Material code can be used to record in succession, and in the same order, the material(s) used to make each of the two, three, or more levels of packaging which are to be recorded under the Package Type code.
VIII. CHOICE BETWEEN NUMERIC AND ALPHABETIC CODES
31. Users can choose between structured numeric and alphabetic codes. Numeric codes may be preferable for ADP as they are structured whereas alphabetic codes offer more permutation possibilities. In trade documents package types are described mainly for the purpose of enabling the identification of the goods when these are moved and handled during transport operations and for the purpose of frontier control; in this context short alphabetic codes are often preferred, as they are easier to memorize, particularly if they provide a mnemonic link with the name of the package type.
32. In their choice of coding systems traders might use the following checklist:
- Is there a de jure mandatory coding system that must be used in view of the nature of the goods?
- Is there a de facto mandatory coding system prescribed by the mode of transport?
- What codes are required by frontier controlling authorities in the chain of transport?
- Are the goods sent to a client in a country where the Latin alphabet is little known?
- What codes are preferred by the trading partner for his (computerized) office management system?
IX. PROVISION FOR UPDATING
33. Proposals for updating the lists of the codes appended to this Recommendation should be addressed to the Working Party through the ECE Trade Division. The Working Party will consider the proposals at one of its regular sessions.
34. When a change in the list of codes is agreed, the ECE secretariat will issue an amending supplement or a revised list of codes, as appropriate.


Annex I
BASIC NUMERIC, ONE-DIGIT CODE SYSTEM
(a) Passengers and Cargo
Passengers and Cargo Type code
0 No cargo unit (liquid bulk
goods)
1 No cargo unit (solid bulk goods)
2 Large freight containers
3 Other freight containers
4 Palletized
5 Pre-slung
6 Mobile self-propelled units
7 Other mobile units
8 Passengers
9 Other cargo types
(b) Packages
Package Type code <*>
0 Bulk
1 Loose, unpacked (excluding bulk)
2 Rigid, box-type, (prismatic)
3 Rigid, drum-type, (cylindrical)
4 Rigid, bulb-type, (spherical)
5 Rigid, other
6 Flexible, bag-type
7 (for future use)
8 (Reserved)
9 Other, or special packages
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<*> The two-digit codes for Package Types are in Annexes III, IV, V and VI.
(c) Packaging Materials
Packaging material code
0 None
1 Plastics
2 Paper and fibreboard
3 Wood
4 (For future use)
5 Metal
6 Glass, porcelain, ceramic,
stoneware
7 Textile
8 (Reserved)
9 Unknown or not otherwise
enumerated


Annex II
PASSENGERS AND CARGO TYPE ONE-DIGIT CODE:
DESCRIPTIONS, WITH PICTORIAL SYMBOLS
Code
0 No cargo unit (liquid bulk goods):
includes i) liquids ii) liquified gases iii) molten or
slurried solids, suitable for continuous mechanical handling
for transport by pipeline or loose in a hold, tank or other
compartment integral to a means of transport.
1 No cargo unit (solid bulk goods):
includes i) fine powders ii) granular particles iii) large,
lumpy, dry solids, suitable for continuous mechanical
handling, for transport by fixed installations (other than
pipeline) or loose in a hold or other compartment integral
to a means of transport.
2 Large freight containers:
Goods loaded in/on a freight container 20ft. (6m) or more in
external length; includes lift van, swap/swop body, flat,
moveable tank or similar articles of transport equipment.
3 Other freight containers:
Goods loaded in/on a freight container less than 20 ft. (6m)
in external length; includes i) rigid Intermediate Bulk
Containers (IBCs) ii) aircraft Unit Load Devices (ULDs);
excludes i) air mode pallets ii) sea or land mode box-,
tank-, post, rack-pallets not exceeding 1.25 m2 deck area.
4 Palletized:
Goods loaded on a deck; includes i) disposable one-way
pallets ii) sea or land mode box-, tank-, post-,
rack-pallets not exceeding 1.25 m2 deck area iii)
slip-sheets iv) air mode pallets v) bricks, ingots, etc.
suitably assembled for fork-lift truck handling.
5 Pre-slung:
Goods (one or more items) supplied with a sling (or slings)
or various materials (natural/artificial fibre, steel wire,
etc.) and of various designs (loop, ring, cloverleaf, etc.);
includes i) "packaged" timber ii) Flexible Intermediate Bulk
Containers (FIBCs).
6 Mobile self-propelled units:
includes i) road motor vehicles (lorries, buses, cars) and
accompanying trailers, semi-trailers, caravans engaged in
goods/passenger transport ii) motorised road, agricultural,
industrial, etc. vehicles moving in trade iii) live animals
"on the hoof".
7 Other mobile units:
non-self-propelled vehicles and equipment on wheels;
includes i) unaccompanied trailers, semi-trailers
railwagons, ship-borne barges engaged in goods transport ii)
caravans and other road, agricultural, industrial, etc.
vehicles iii) ship-borne port-to-port trailers.
8 Passengers
9 Other cargo types:
all cargo not elsewhere enumerated (i.e. the residual types
of cargo carried in transport: "break-bulk" or "general"
cargo, e.g. boxes, drums, bags, etc. and loose, unpacked
items such as pipes, rods, etc.).
PASSENGERS AND CARGO TYPE DIAGRAMS
Liquid bulk 0 <*>
Solid bulk 1 <*>
Large freight 2 <*>
Containers
Other freight 3 <*>
Containers
Palletized 4 <*>
Pre-slung 5 <*>
Mobile 6 <*>
self-propelled
Other mobile units 7 <*>
Passengers on 8 <*>
foot
Other cargo types 9 <*>
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<*> Рисунки не приводятся.


Annex III
TABLE OF CARGO TYPE CODE, PACKAGE TYPE CODE AND
PACKAGING MATERIALS CODE
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¦ CARGO ¦¦ PACKAGE TYPE CODE ¦¦ PACKAGE ¦
¦ UNIT ¦+-------------T-T------------T--------------T-------------T-------------T------------T----------T------------T----------T-----------+¦ MATERIAL ¦
¦ CODE ¦¦ ¦0¦ 1 ¦ 2 ¦ 3 ¦ 4 ¦ 5 ¦ 6 ¦ 7 ¦ 8 ¦ 9 ¦¦ CODE ¦
+--------------++-------------+-+------------+--------------+-------------+-------------+------------+----------+------------+----------+-----------++-----------+
¦ 0 ¦¦0 ¦ ¦solid, fine ¦solid, ¦solid ¦liquid at ¦liquified at¦gas (at ¦ ¦(reserved)¦n.o.e. ¦¦ 0 ¦
¦No cargo unit ¦¦Bulk ¦ ¦particles ¦granular ¦large ¦normal ¦abnormal ¦1031 mbar)¦ ¦ ¦(not ¦¦ None ¦
¦(liquid bulk) ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦particles ¦particles ¦temperature ¦temperature ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦otherwise ¦+-----------+
+--------------+¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦and pressure ¦and pressure¦ ¦ ¦ ¦enumerated)¦¦ 1 ¦
¦ 1 ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ Plastics ¦
¦No cargo unit ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦+-----------+
¦(solid bulk) ¦+-------------+-+------------+--------------+-------------+-------------+------------+----------+------------+----------+-----------+¦ 2 ¦
+--------------+¦1 ¦ ¦cylinder ¦cylinder ¦cylinder ¦cylinder ¦rectangle ¦rectangle ¦rectangle ¦(reserved)¦complex or ¦¦ Paper and ¦
¦ 2 ¦¦Loose, ¦ ¦long ¦long ¦hollow ¦hollow formed¦superficial ¦linear ¦dense ¦ ¦special ¦¦fibreboard ¦
¦Large freight ¦¦unpacked ¦ ¦hollow ¦solid ¦formed by ¦by linear ¦(plane) ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦shapes, ¦+-----------+
¦ containers ¦¦(excluding ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦flat material¦material ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦n.o.e. ¦¦ 3 ¦
+--------------+¦bulk) ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦wound ¦wound ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ Wood ¦
¦ 3 ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦on itself ¦on itself ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦+-----------+
¦Other freight ¦+-------------+-+------------+--------------+-------------+-------------+------------+----------+------------+----------+-----------+¦ 4 ¦
¦ containers ¦¦2 ¦ ¦complete ¦complete ¦complete ¦complete ¦complete ¦incomplete¦incomplete ¦(reserved)¦incomplete ¦¦(for future¦
+--------------+¦Rigid, ¦ ¦very small ¦small ¦medium ¦large ¦very large ¦skeletal ¦on top ¦ ¦on top with¦¦ use) ¦
¦ 4 ¦¦box-type ¦ ¦(KGM<1 ¦(1 ¦ Palletized ¦¦(prismatic) ¦ ¦LTR<1 ¦1 +--------------+¦ ¦ ¦MTQ<0,001) ¦0,001 ¦ 5 ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ <1>¦ <1> ¦ <1> ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦+-----------+
¦ Pre-slung ¦+-------------+-+------------+--------------+-------------+-------------+------------+----------+------------+----------+-----------+¦ 6 ¦
+--------------+¦3 ¦ ¦very small ¦small ¦medium ¦large ¦very large ¦ ¦ ¦(reserved)¦n.o.e. ¦¦ Glass, ¦
¦ 6 ¦¦Rigid, ¦ ¦(KGM, LTR, ¦(KGM, LTR, ¦(KGM, LTR, ¦(KGM, LTR, ¦(KGM, LTR, ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ porselain ¦
¦Mobile units, ¦¦drum-type ¦ ¦MTQ) <2> ¦MTQ) <2> ¦MTQ) <2> ¦MTQ) <2> ¦MTQ) <2> ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ceramics, ¦
¦self-propelled¦¦(cylindrical)¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ stoneware ¦
+--------------+¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦+-----------+
¦ 7 ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ 7 ¦
¦ Other ¦+-------------+-+------------+--------------+-------------+-------------+------------+----------+------------+----------+-----------+¦ Textile ¦
¦ mobile units ¦¦4 ¦ ¦very small ¦small ¦medium ¦large ¦very large ¦ ¦ ¦(reserved)¦n.o.e. ¦+-----------+
+--------------+¦Rigid, ¦ ¦wide ¦narrow ¦narrow ¦truncated ¦truncated ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ 8 ¦
¦ 8 ¦¦bulb-type ¦ ¦opening ¦opening ¦opening ¦ends ¦ends ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦(reserved) ¦
¦ (reserved) ¦¦spherical ¦ ¦(KGM, LTR, ¦oblate ¦oblate ¦prolate ¦prolate ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦+-----------+
+--------------+¦ ¦ ¦MTQ) <2> ¦(KGM, LTR, ¦(KGM, LTR, ¦(KGM, LTR, ¦(KGM, LTR, ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ 9 ¦
¦ 9 ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦MTQ) <2> ¦MTQ) <2> ¦MTQ) <2> ¦MTQ) <2> ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦Unknown or ¦
¦ Other ¦+-------------+-+------------+--------------+-------------+-------------+------------+----------+------------+----------+-----------+¦ n.o.e. ¦
¦ cargo units ¦¦5 ¦ ¦cone ¦ ¦ ¦parallel- ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦(reserved)¦n.o.e. ¦L------------
L---------------¦Rigid, ¦ ¦truncated, ¦ ¦ ¦piped ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦
¦other ¦ ¦normally ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦
¦ ¦ ¦with ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦
¦ ¦ ¦handle ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦
+-------------+-+------------+--------------+-------------+-------------+------------+----------+------------+----------+-----------+
¦6 ¦ ¦complete ¦complete ¦complete ¦complete ¦complete ¦incomplete¦sheet ¦(reserved)¦n.o.e. ¦
¦Flexible, ¦ ¦very small ¦small ¦medium ¦large ¦very large ¦open mesh ¦superimposed¦ ¦ ¦
¦bag-type ¦ ¦(KGM, LTR, ¦(KGM, LTR, ¦(KGM, LTR, ¦(KGM, LTR, ¦(KGM, LTR, ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦
¦ ¦ ¦MTQ) <2> ¦MTQ) <2> ¦MTQ) <2> ¦MTQ) <2> ¦MTQ) <2> ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦
¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦
+-------------+-+------------+--------------+-------------+-------------+------------+----------+------------+----------+-----------+
¦7 ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦(reserved)¦ ¦
¦(for future ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦
¦use) ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦
¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦
+-------------+-+------------+--------------+-------------+-------------+------------+----------+------------+----------+-----------+
¦8 ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦(reserved)¦ ¦
¦(reserved) ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦
¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦
¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦
+-------------+-+------------+--------------+-------------+-------------+------------+----------+------------+----------+-----------+
¦9 ¦ ¦cylindrical ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦(reserved)¦n.o.e. ¦
¦Other or ¦ ¦with rims on¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦
¦special ¦ ¦whith goods ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦
¦packages ¦ ¦are wound ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦
L-------------+-+------------+--------------+-------------+-------------+------------+----------+------------+----------+------------
-------------------------------
<1> В тексте буква "f" означает фунт стерлинга.
<2> Same figures as for "Rigid, box-type (prismatic)" code.


Annex IV
PACKAGE TYPE CODE: 2-DIGIT CODES (1-DIGIT, OPTIONALLY),
PICTORIAL SYMBOLS DESCRIPTION AND COMMON NAMES
0 Bulk
01 <*> solid, fine particles ("powders")
02 <*> solid, granular particles ("grains")
03 <*> solid, large particles ("nodules")
04 <*> liquid (at normal temperature/pressure)
05 <*> gas (liquified at abnormal temperature/pressure)
06 <*> gas (at l031 mbar and l5 degr. C)
07 (reserved)
08
09 n.o.e. (not otherwise enumerated)
--------------------------------
<*> Рисунок не приводится.
1 Loose, Unpacked, (excluding bulk)
11 <*> cylinder, long, hollow
("pipe, tube")
("pipes, tubes in bundle/bunch/truss")
12 <*> cylinder, long, solid
("rod, log")
("rods, logs in bundle/bunch/truss")
13 <*> cylinder, hollow, formed by flat material wound on
itself ("roll, bolt")
14 <*> cylinder, hollow, formed by linear material wound on
itself ("coil, ring")
15 <*> rectangle, superficial
("sheet, plate")
("sheets, plates in bundle/bunch/truss")
16 <*> rectangle, linear
("bar, board, girder, plank")
("bars, boards, girders, planks in bundle/bunch/
truss")
17 <*> rectangle, dense
("ingot")
("ingots in bundle/bunch/truss")
18 (reserved)
19 n.o.e. (not otherwise enumerated)
--------------------------------
<*> Рисунок не приводится.
2 Rigid, Box-type, (prismatic)
21 <*> complete, very small
(KGM,1; LTR<1; MTQ<0.001)
("match box")
22 <*> complete, small
(1 ("rectangular can, carton")
23 <*> complete, medium
(5 ("carton, footlocker, hamper, jerrycan")
24 <*> complete, large
(50 ("carton, nest, coffer, crate, trunk")
25 <*> complete, very large
(300 ("chest, crate, trunk")
26 <*> incomplete, skeletal framework
("cage, frame, skeletoncase")
27 <*> incomplete on top
("basket, shallow crate, tray, traypack")
28 (reserved)
29 <*> incomplete on top with internal divisions
("bottlecrate, bottlerack") & n.o.e.
--------------------------------
<*> Рисунок не приводится.
3 Rigid, Drum-type, (cylindrical)
31 <*> very small
(KGM<1; LTR<1; MTQ<0.001)
("ampoule, vial")
32 <*> small
(1 ("cylindrical can, bottle")
33 <*> medium
(5 ("cylindrical jerrycan, bottle")
34 <*> large
(50 ("drum")
35 <*> very large
(300 ("vat")
36
37
38 (reserved)
39 n.o.e. (not otherwise enumerated)
--------------------------------
<*> Рисунок не приводится.
4 Rigid, Bulb-type, (spherical)
41 <*> very small, wide opening
(KGM<1; LTR<1; MTQ<0.001)
("jug, jar, pitcher, pot")
42 <*> small, narrow opening, oblate
(1 ("bulbous bottle")
43 <*> medium, narrow opening, oblate
(5 ("bulbous bottle, carboy, demijohn")
44 <*> large, truncated ends, prolate
(50 ("barrel, butt, cask, firkin, hogshead, keg, tun")
45 <*> very large, truncated ends, prolate
(300 ("barrel, butt, cask, firkin, hogshead, keg, tun")
46
47
48 (reserved)
49 n.o.e. (not otherwise enumerated)
--------------------------------
<*> Рисунок не приводится.
5 Rigid, Other
51 <*> cone, truncated, normally with handle
("bucket, cup, pail, tub")
52
53
54 <*> parallelepiped
("coffin")
55
56
57
58 (reserved)
59 n.o.e. (not otherwise enumerated)
--------------------------------
<*> Рисунок не приводится.
6 Flexible, Bag-type
61 <*> complete, very small
(KGM<1; LTR<1; MTQ<0.001)
("sachet")
62 <*> complete, small
(1 ("bag, collapsible tube, multi-ply/wall sack")
63 <*> complete, medium
(5 ("bag, collapsible tube, multi-ply/wall sack")
64 <*> complete, large
(50 ("bag, collapsible tube, multi-ply/wall sack")
65 <*> complete, very large
(300 ("bale")
66 <*> incomplete, open mesh
("net")
67 <*> sheet, superimposed
("filmpack, shrinkwrapped, vacuum-packed")
68 (reserved)
69 n.o.e. (not otherwise enumerated)
--------------------------------
<*> Рисунок не приводится.
7 (for future use)
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78 (reserved)
79 n.o.e. (not otherwise enumerated)
8 (Reserved)
9 Other or special packages
91 <*> cylinder with rims on which goods are wound
("bobbin, reel spindle")
92
93
94
95
96
97
98 (reserved)
99 n.o.e. (not otherwise enumerated)


Annex V
CODED REPRESENTATIONS OF PACKAGE TYPE
NAMES USED IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE
(in alphabetical name order)
----------------------------------T------------------------------¬
¦ ¦ Coded representations ¦
¦ Package type names +-----------------T------------+
¦ ¦Alphabetical code¦Numeric code¦
+---------------------------------+-----------------+------------+
¦Aerosol ¦ AE ¦42 or 43 ¦
¦Ampoule, non-protected ¦ AM ¦31 ¦
¦Ampoule, protected ¦ AP ¦31 ¦
¦Atomizer ¦ AT ¦42 or 43 ¦
¦Bag ¦ BG ¦62 to 64 ¦
¦Bale, compressed ¦ BL ¦65 ¦
¦Bale, non-compressed ¦ BN ¦65 ¦
¦Balloon, non-protected ¦ BF ¦42 or 43 ¦
¦Balloon, protected ¦ BP ¦42 or 43 ¦
¦Bar ¦ BR ¦16 ¦
¦Barrel ¦ BA ¦44 or 45 ¦
¦Bars, in bundle/bunch/truss ¦ BZ ¦16 ¦
¦Basket ¦ BK ¦27 ¦
¦Beer crate ¦ CB ¦23 to 27 ¦
¦Bin ¦ BI ¦21 or 25 ¦
¦Board ¦ BD ¦16 ¦
¦Board, in bundle/bunch/truss ¦ BY ¦16 ¦
¦Bobbin ¦ BB ¦91 ¦
¦Bolt ¦ BT ¦13 ¦
¦Bottle, non-protected, ¦ ¦ ¦
¦ cylindrical ¦ BO ¦32 or 33 ¦
¦Bottle, non-protected, bulbous ¦ BS ¦42 or 43 ¦
¦Bottle, protected cylindrical ¦ BQ ¦32 or 33 ¦
¦Bottle, protected bulbous ¦ BV ¦42 or 43 ¦
¦Bottlecrate, bottlerack ¦ BC ¦29 ¦
¦Box ¦ BX ¦21 or 25 ¦
¦Bucket ¦ BJ ¦51 ¦
¦Bulk, liquefied gas (at ¦ ¦ ¦
¦ abnormal temperature/pressure) ¦ VQ ¦05 ¦
¦Bulk, gas (at 1031 mbar and ¦ ¦ ¦
¦ 15 degr. C) ¦ VG ¦06 ¦
¦Bulk, liquid ¦ VL ¦04 ¦
¦Bulk, solid, fine particles ¦ ¦ ¦
¦ ("powders") ¦ VY ¦01 ¦
¦Bulk, solid, granular particles ¦ ¦ ¦
¦ ("grains") ¦ VR ¦02 ¦
¦Bulk, solid, large panicles ¦ ¦ ¦
¦ ("nodules") ¦ VO ¦03 ¦
¦Bunch ¦ BH ¦61 to 65 ¦
¦Bundle ¦ BE ¦61 to 65 ¦
¦Butt ¦ BU ¦44 or 45 ¦
¦Cage ¦ CG ¦26 ¦
¦Can, rectangular ¦ CA ¦22 ¦
¦Can, cylindrical ¦ CX ¦32 ¦
¦Canister ¦ CI ¦21 or 22 ¦
¦Canvas ¦ CZ ¦67 ¦
¦Carboy, non-protected ¦ CO ¦43 ¦
¦Carboy, protected ¦ CP ¦43 ¦
¦Carton ¦ CT ¦22 to 24 ¦
¦Case ¦ CS ¦21 or 25 ¦
¦Cask ¦ CK ¦44 or 45 ¦
¦Chest ¦ CH ¦25 ¦
¦Churn ¦ CC ¦32 or 33 ¦
¦Coffer ¦ CF ¦24 ¦
¦Coffin ¦ CJ ¦54 ¦
¦Coil ¦ CL ¦14 ¦
¦Collapsible tube ¦ TD ¦62 to 64 ¦
¦Cover ¦ CV ¦67 ¦
¦Crate ¦ CR ¦24 to 25 ¦
¦Creel ¦ CE ¦27 ¦
¦Cup ¦ CU ¦51 ¦
¦Cylinder ¦ CY ¦12 ¦
¦Demijohn, non-protected ¦ DJ ¦43 ¦
¦Demijohn, protected ¦ DP ¦43 ¦
¦Drum ¦ DR ¦34 ¦
¦Envelope ¦ EN ¦67 ¦
¦Filmpack ¦ FP ¦67 ¦
¦Firkin ¦ FI ¦44 or 45 ¦
¦Flask ¦ FL ¦42 or 43 ¦
¦Footlocker ¦ FO ¦23 ¦
¦Frame ¦ FR ¦26 ¦
¦Framed crate ¦ FD ¦26 ¦
¦Fruit crate ¦ FC ¦23 to 27 ¦
¦Gas bottle ¦ GB ¦31 or 35 ¦
¦Girder ¦ GI ¦16 ¦
¦Girders, in bundle/bunch/truss ¦ GZ ¦16 ¦
¦Hamper ¦ HR ¦23 ¦
¦Hogshead ¦ HG ¦44 or 45 ¦
¦Ingot ¦ IN ¦17 ¦
¦Ingots, in bundle/bunch/truss ¦ IZ ¦17 ¦
¦Jar ¦ JR ¦41 ¦
¦Jerrican, rectangular ¦ JC ¦23 ¦
¦Jerrican, cylindrical ¦ JY ¦33 ¦
¦Jug ¦ JG ¦41 ¦
¦Jutebag ¦ JT ¦61 or 65 ¦
¦Keg ¦ KG ¦44 or 45 ¦
¦Log ¦ LG ¦12 ¦
¦Logs, in bundle/bunch/truss ¦ LZ ¦12 ¦
¦Milk crate ¦ MC ¦27 ¦
¦Multiply bag ¦ MB ¦62 to 64 ¦
¦Multiwall sack ¦ MS ¦62 to 64 ¦
¦Mat ¦ MT ¦67 ¦
¦Match box ¦ MX ¦21 ¦
¦Nest ¦ NS ¦24 ¦
¦Net ¦ NT ¦66 ¦
¦Package ¦ PK ¦21 to 23 ¦
¦Packet ¦ PA ¦21 to 23 ¦
¦Pail ¦ PL ¦51 ¦
¦Parcel ¦ PC ¦21 to 23 ¦
¦ ¦ ¦or 61 to 63 ¦
¦Pipe ¦ PI ¦11 ¦
¦Pipes, in bundle/bunch/truss ¦ PZ ¦11 ¦
¦Pitcher ¦ PH ¦41 ¦
¦Plank ¦ PN ¦16 ¦
¦Planks, in bundle/bunch/truss ¦ PZ ¦16 ¦
¦Plate ¦ PG ¦15 ¦
¦Plates, in bundle/bunch/truss ¦ PY ¦15 ¦
¦Pot ¦ PT ¦41 ¦
¦Pouch ¦ PO ¦61 ¦
¦Rednet ¦ RT ¦66 ¦
¦Reel ¦ RL ¦91 ¦
¦Ring ¦ RG ¦14 ¦
¦Rod ¦ RD ¦12 ¦
¦Rods, in bundle/bunch/truss ¦ RZ ¦12 ¦
¦Roll ¦ RO ¦13 ¦
¦Sachet ¦ SH ¦61 ¦
¦Sack ¦ SA ¦65 ¦
¦Sea-chest ¦ SE ¦22 or 23 ¦
¦Shallow crate ¦ SC ¦27 ¦
¦Sheet ¦ ST ¦15 ¦
¦Sheetmetal ¦ SM ¦15 ¦
¦Sheets, in bundle/bunch/truss ¦ SZ ¦15 ¦
¦Shrinkwrapped ¦ SW ¦67 ¦
¦Skeleton case ¦ SK ¦26 ¦
¦Slipsheet ¦ SL ¦67 ¦
¦Spindle ¦ SD ¦91 ¦
¦Suitcase ¦ SU ¦21 to 23 ¦
¦ ¦ ¦or 61 to 63 ¦
¦Tank, rectangular ¦ TK ¦24 or 25 ¦
¦Tank, cylindrical ¦ TY ¦34 or 35 ¦
¦Tea-chest ¦ TC ¦21 to 23 ¦
¦Tin ¦ TN ¦21 or 22 ¦
¦Tray ¦ PU ¦27 ¦
¦Tray pack ¦ PU ¦27 ¦
¦Trunk ¦ TR ¦24 or 25 ¦
¦Truss ¦ TS ¦16 ¦
¦Tub ¦ TB ¦51 ¦
¦Tube ¦ TU ¦11 ¦
¦Tube, collapsible ¦ TD ¦61 or 65 ¦
¦Tubes, in bundle/bunch/truss ¦ TZ ¦11 ¦
¦Tun ¦ TO ¦44 or 45 ¦
¦Unpacked or unpackaged ¦ NE ¦00 ¦
¦Vacuum-packed ¦ VP ¦67 ¦
¦Vat ¦ VA ¦35 ¦
¦Vial ¦ VI ¦31 ¦
¦Wickerbottle ¦ WB ¦42 or 43 ¦
L---------------------------------+-----------------+-------------


Annex VI
CODED REPRESENTATIONS
OF PACKAGE TYPE NAMES USED IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE
(in alphabetical code order)
----------------------------------T------------------------------¬
¦ ¦ Coded representations ¦
¦ Package type names +-----------------T------------+
¦ ¦Alphabetical code¦Numeric code¦
+---------------------------------+-----------------+------------+
¦Aerosol ¦ AE ¦42 or 43 ¦
¦Ampoule, non-protected ¦ AM ¦31 ¦
¦Ampoule, protected ¦ AP ¦31 ¦
¦Atomizer ¦ AT ¦42 or 43 ¦
¦Barrel ¦ BA ¦44 or 45 ¦
¦Bobbin ¦ BB ¦91 ¦
¦Bottlecrate, bottlerack ¦ BC ¦29 ¦
¦Board ¦ BD ¦16 ¦
¦Bundle ¦ BE ¦61 to 65 ¦
¦Balloon, non-protected ¦ BF ¦42 or 43 ¦
¦Bag ¦ BG ¦62 to 64 ¦
¦Bunch ¦ BH ¦61 to 65 ¦
¦Bin ¦ BI ¦21 or 25 ¦
¦Bucket ¦ BJ ¦51 ¦
¦Basket ¦ BK ¦27 ¦
¦Bale, compressed ¦ BL ¦65 ¦
¦Bale, non-compressed ¦ BN ¦65 ¦
¦Bottle, non-protected, ¦ ¦ ¦
¦ cylindrical ¦ BO ¦32 or 33 ¦
¦Balloon, protected ¦ BP ¦42 or 43 ¦
¦Bottle, protected cylindrical ¦ BQ ¦32 or 33 ¦
¦Bar ¦ BR ¦16 ¦
¦Bottle, non-protected, bulbous ¦ BS ¦42 or 43 ¦
¦Bolt ¦ BT ¦13 ¦
¦Butt ¦ BU ¦44 or 45 ¦
¦Bottle, protected bulbous ¦ BV ¦42 or 43 ¦
¦Box ¦ BX ¦21 or 25 ¦
¦Board, in bundle/bunch/truss ¦ BY ¦16 ¦
¦Bars, in bundle/bunch/truss ¦ BZ ¦16 ¦
¦Can, rectangular ¦ CA ¦22 ¦
¦Beer crate ¦ CB ¦23 to 27 ¦
¦Churn ¦ CC ¦32 or 33 ¦
¦Creel ¦ CE ¦27 ¦
¦Coffer ¦ CF ¦24 ¦
¦Cage ¦ CG ¦26 ¦
¦Chest ¦ CH ¦25 ¦
¦Canister ¦ CI ¦21 or 22 ¦
¦Coffin ¦ CJ ¦54 ¦
¦Cask ¦ CK ¦44 or 45 ¦
¦Coil ¦ CL ¦14 ¦
¦Carboy, non-protected ¦ CO ¦43 ¦
¦Carboy, protected ¦ CP ¦43 ¦
¦Crate ¦ CR ¦24 to 25 ¦
¦Case ¦ CS ¦21 or 25 ¦
¦Carton ¦ CT ¦22 to 24 ¦
¦Cup ¦ CU ¦51 ¦
¦Cover ¦ CV ¦67 ¦
¦Can, cylindrical ¦ CX ¦32 ¦
¦Cylinder ¦ CY ¦12 ¦
¦Canvas ¦ CZ ¦67 ¦
¦Demijohn, non-protected ¦ DJ ¦43 ¦
¦Demijohn, protected ¦ DP ¦43 ¦
¦Drum ¦ DR ¦34 ¦
¦Envelope ¦ EN ¦67 ¦
¦Fruit crate ¦ FC ¦23 to 27 ¦
¦Framed crate ¦ FD ¦26 ¦
¦Firkin

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