A container ship packed with goods from a US warehouse can be used to transport them to Australia from the port in the US.
A cargo ship carrying goods from an Australian warehouse can also be used as a way to transport goods from one place to another.
This new technique allows a container ship to move cargo across the globe from one port to another, according to CNN.
The technology, called “fancy-dipping”, is used by shipping companies to increase their profits.
CNN says it found the technology was used by a group of companies including Freight Forwarders, Pacific Container Co. and Cargill.
The containers are shipped in giant boxes, and a special container is then lowered onto a trailer for the cargo ship to transport the cargo.
CNN explains that the container ship is loaded onto the trailer and the trailer moves it across the ocean to Australia.
Cargo containers are normally stacked and lowered onto trailers, and then the cargo is taken on board.
It’s a method of loading a cargo onto a moving vessel, CNN notes.
The process is usually done by hand, but Freight forwarders use fancy-dipped containers to load and unload their cargo.
They use fancy packaging for the containers and sometimes the container is moved onto a different ship for more shipping.
The container ship can be a small container, which can be loaded onto a smaller container, or the container can be larger, which is more expensive.
In Australia, FreightForwarders ships have used this method to ship more than 1,000 containers from the ports of Sydney and Melbourne to Australia since it was first introduced in 2015.
The shipping company also said that a similar system was being used to ship the cargo from the United States to Canada and the European Union, according the Associated Press.
The AP said that the process was not only cheaper but also faster.
The Associated Press said the company had received more than 20 orders in the last three months alone, including about 2,000 cargo containers, and was on track to receive up to $1 million from freight companies in the next two months.