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reefer

(ˈrifɚ)
1. n. a refrigerator. A new reefer costs nearly $1,000!
2. and reef n. cannabis; a marijuana cigarette. (Drugs. Akin to greefo.) He had a fat reef in his hand when he was busted.
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The production of the Star Cool reefer containers out of Chile means that we can immediately employ them instead of an empty relocation trip.
With an average reefer container age of three years, UASC's progressively expanding reefer fleet is one of the youngest in the industry and this order of an additional 2,000 reefer units represents a considerable increase in the overall size of UASC's reefer fleet, a statement said.
Katsuhiro Tetsuya, reefer container division director, Daikin, said: "It is a privilege to be part of UASC's ambitious growth strategy.
USD 240 per 20' reefer and USD 340 per 40'/45' reefer (Protein)
Drewry's Report on the Reefer Shipping Market 2009/10 provides detailed analysis and commentary on the perishable goods sector, with forecasts up to 2015.
Increasingly reefer containers are being used to transport fruit, vegetables, dairy and meat products due to a decline in the number of reefer ships and the larger capacity of containers by comparison.
To further control reefer running time, the MD-100 employs what Thermo King calls Cycle-Sentry technology, which stops the engine when refrigeration is not needed and restarts it when refrigeration or battery charging becomes necessary again.
Det Con Melrose said two ounces would be enough for 300 reefer cigarettes a week - which would equate to a 40a-day habit.
In his new book, Reefer Madness, he examines the U.
He'd keep the gun, turn the reefer into a Marlboro, and put the dame in an SUV.
The total order is for 14,500 containers consisting of 6000 x 20' reefer and 8500 x 40' high cube reefer containers.
The reefer units reduce the refrigeration system's projection into a 20-foot container by 20 per cent, making possible a potential internal volume of 30 cubic meters for payload.
Mann first heard about him when he found a book called Reefer Madness in the early 1980s.
The reefer share of containerized cargo is now about 9 percent and accounts for about 20 million tons of cargo annually.