A cargo ship is a large ship that carries cargo and passengers to and from ports around the world.

A cargo carrier, like a ship, is a vessel that carries freight for commercial or domestic use.

The name refers to the cargo that is loaded on board the vessel.

There are four major types of cargo ships: ships of war (for cargo, passengers, and goods), ships of peace (for military cargo, supplies, and food), ships carrying goods (for transportation of goods and raw materials), and ships carrying passengers (for passengers and cargo).

The name is derived from the Greek words karpos meaning “big ship,” and karpotos meaning cargo.

Most ships of this type are listed as Type V carriers, which is the lowest category.

These ships have been known for carrying food, foodstuffs, and other products to markets around the globe.

The cargo that ships carry has the potential to include everything from grain and oil to medicines and medicine supplies.

The term cargo ship derives from the fact that the cargo is loaded and transported by a ship that is itself a container ship.

For example, a container vessel that has a cargo hold that holds a few tons of grain could be called a cargo carrier.

In the United States, a U.S. Department of Transportation survey in 2009 estimated that a U, S. freight rail operator transported about $12 billion worth of cargo from 2000 to 2008.

These types of carriers include both small and large vessels, including the U. S. Coast Guard’s Coast Guard Container Carrier (CGCC), the Coast Guard Light Container Ships (CLSS), and the United Parcel Service (UPS).

A container ship is also a cargo hauler, and many ship-of-the-line ships use hauling equipment for their haulage and loading.

The type of ship is generally classified as either a Type V carrier, a Type VI container ship, or a Type III ship.

A container vessel has the capability to hold an average of 40 tons of cargo or 10,000 people.

A Type VI carrier has an average cargo capacity of more than 120 tons.

A Class II container ship has a capacity of about 40 tons, and a Class III ship has an overall capacity of around 120 tons (see Figure 1).

In addition to cargo, the cargo can include things like oil, grain, or other agricultural products.

These commodities are often used for cooking and other industrial uses, and may be stored in the ship’s holding area or on board a loading dock.

The ship’s crew typically operates and oversees the hauling and loading activities on the ship.

In addition, there are many types of services provided by these vessels.

These include food distribution, warehousing, catering, and recreational activities.

Figure 1.

A Container Ship, from a U., S., Department of Commerce survey.

The U.s.

Coast Guardship Container Ship Service (CGSS) is a national service that coordinates the delivery of a variety of goods from the world’s oceans to the United Kingdom.

CGSS is a maritime-based service that transports goods between ports.

Each CGSS ship is owned and operated by a separate shipping company that has its own fleet of vessels, each of which is capable of carrying up to 20,000 tons of goods.

CGSSL ships are also called the “cargo ships” because they carry cargo and personnel.

CGSLTs are primarily used for humanitarian aid and humanitarian relief in developing countries, such as in Afghanistan, and in humanitarian operations around the Caribbean.

There is a strong focus on humanitarian relief, with CGSSLs operating in a number of developing countries including South Africa, Liberia, and Haiti.

The CGSSL ship, the USCGC, is the largest container ship in the U.,S.


The USCGC was commissioned in 2009 and has a total of 2,972 crew members, including 975 crew members aboard the USCGS, USCGCs and USCSS.

The most recent vessel to be commissioned was the USCMSO-4 USCGC-6, which was commissioned on April 25, 2020, and has 496 crew members.

The ships CGSSs and CGSLT ships are both class V carriers.

The classification of these vessels is important, because they are generally considered to be carriers, rather than container ships.

The class of a container is determined by a number that is based on the number of compartments.

The more compartments a container holds, the higher the class of the container.

The Class III ships are generally the smallest of the three container classes.

The two largest Class III carriers are the U S and CGSS.

Although a container ships cargo holds about 40,000 metric tons, a ship of this size can carry more than 4 million metric tons of material, such a oil tanker, for example.

The maximum number of passengers a container can hold is 10,500.

The vessels carrying these goods are known as container hauling vessels.

The container hauler is the one who operates the