103 Packaging Code

Code identifying the type of packaging. Part 1. Packaging form. Part 2. Packaging Material.

Type
String (AN)
Length
Min 5 / Max 5
Codes
CodeDescription
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01Aluminum
04As Specified by the DOT
07Burlap
10Chemically Hardened Fibre
13Cloth
16Cloth Top
19Cloth or Fabric
22Compressed
25Corrugated or Solid
28Double-wall Paper
31Fibre
34Fibre (Paperboard)
37Fiberboard
40Fiberboard Metal
43Glass
46In Inner Containers
48Wire/Cord
Something that binds, ties, or encircles the package/container to secure and maintain unit integrity
49Insulated
50Steel - Vinyl Coated
Steel that has been covered with a plastic material
51Wire Mesh
52Iron or Steel
53Jumbo
54Special Jumbo
55Lead
58Metal
59Metal Cans
61Moisture Resistant
64Molded Plastic
67Multiple-wall Paper (2 or more walls)
70Multiple-wall Paper (3 or more walls)
71Not Otherwise Specified
72Paper - VCI
Water-resistent paper that is treated by the addition of materials to provide resistence to damage or deterioration by water in liquid form
73Other than Glass
74Other than Metal or Plastic Tubes, or Glass
75Plastic - Vacuum Formed
Packaging material that is formed by heating plastic sheet and drawing it against the mold surface by evacuating the air between the sheet and the mold
76Paper
77Plastic - Structural Foam
A method of manufacturing containers and shipping devices by mixing plastic resins with a foaming agent, heating it and injecting the mix into a two-piece machined aluminum mold
78Plastic - Injection Molded
Packaging material that is formed by melting the material and then forcing it under pressure into a cavity of a closed mold
79Plastic
80Polyethylene Lined
81Plastic - Virgin
Plastic in the form of pellets, granules, powder, floc, or liquid that has not been subjected to use or processing other than for its initial manufacture
82Pulpboard
83Plastic - Regrind
A plastic prepared from discarded articles that have been reprocessed, often changing some of its original properties
84Polystryrene
A polymer prepared by the polymerization of styrene as the sole monomer
85Rubber
86Foam
In packaging, a cushioning material used to reduce shock and vibration or abrasion
88Rubber and Fabric
89Special
90Standard
91Stainless Steel
92Tubes, Metal or Plastic
94Wood
95Single Wall Corrugated Board
The structure formed by one corrugated inner member between two flat facings; also known as double face
96Double Wall Corrugated Board
The structure formed by three flat facings and two intermediate corrugated members
97Triple Wall Corrugated Board
The structure formed by four flat facings and three intermediate corrugated members
AMMAmmo Pack
ATHAttachment
In containers and shipping devices, a component that can be added to provide additional functionality or security as required by the contents or method of transportation/handling
BAGBag
BALBale
BBLBarrel
BDGBanding
Something that binds, ties, or encircles the package/container to secure and maintain unit integrity
BDLBundle
BEMBeam
BICBing Chest
BINBin
BLKBulk
BLTBelting
As pertains to containers and shipping devices, a method of securing the contents to the conveyance device (or securing components of the shipping device to each other) using one or more bands of flexible material having high-tensile strength and a buckle or ratchet device for removing slack and maintaining tension
BOBBobbin
BOXBox
BRCBracing
Material or devices used to hold articles or sections of loads in position to prevent shifting during transportation
BRGBarge
BSKBasket or hamper
BXIBox, with inner container
BXTBucket
CABCabinet
CAGCage
CANCan
CARCarrier
CASCase
CBCContainers of Bulk Cargo
CBYCarboy
CCSCan Case
CHECheeses
CHSChest
CLDCar Load, Rail
CNTContainer
COLCoil
CONCones
CORCore
CRDCradle
CRFCorner Reinforcement
Usually in boxes or crates, additional material or components attached to adjacent panels to add support or prevent crushing or separation
CRTCrate
CSKCask
CTNCarton
CYLCylinder
DBKDry Bulk
DRKDouble-length Rack
DRMDrum
DSKDouble-length Skid
DTBDouble-length Tote Bin
EGGEgg Crating
In containers and shipping devices, usually describes a type of interior dunnage which allows the contents to be individually segregated, horizontally and vertically, to provide protection during transportation and storage
ENVEnvelope
EPREdge Protection
A right-angle piece placed over the outermost perimeter edges of a container to distribute pressure and prevent collapse or cutting from banding, strapping, or handling
FIRFirkin
FLOFlo-bin
FRMFrame
FSKFlask
FWRForward Reel
HEDHeads of Beef
HGHHogshead
HPTHopper Truck
HRBOn Hanger or Rack in Boxes
HRKHalf-standard Rack
HTBHalf-Standard Tote Bin
JARJar
KEGKeg
KITKit
KRKKnockdown Rack
KTBKnockdown Tote Bin
LBKLiquid Bulk
LIDLip/Top
In packaging, the top or bottom of a container, usually the part that closes the opening; may also be known as cap, over, or top
LIFLifts
LNRLiners
Any material that separates a product within a container from the basic walls of the container
LOGLog
LSELoose
LUGLug
LVNLift Van
MIXMixed Container Types
More than one type of container is included in a shipment (shipment could consist of 3 pieces that include 1 box, 1 crate, and 1 basket)
MRPMulti-Roll Pack
NOLNoil
PAFPallet - 4 Way
A pallet that permits entry of handling equipment on each of its four sides
PALPail
PATPallet - 2 Way
A pallet that permits entry of handling equipment on opposing two of its four sides
PCKPacked - not otherwise specified
PCSPieces
PIRPirns
PKGPackage
PLCPrimary Lift Container
The largest (outermost) unitized package or articles secured together that can be handled (usually mechanically) in common shop floor/warehouse applications as a single entity; ``primary'' indicates preferred or mandatory
PLFPlatform
PLNPipeline
PLTPallet
POVPrivate Vehicle
PRKPipe Rack
PRTPartitioning
The proceeds of applying separators or dividers
QTRQuarter of Beef
RALRail (Semiconductor)
RCKRack
RELReel
RFTReinforcement
In containers and shipping devices, a component (usually temporary) added to a container for a particular application to lend additional support under severe applications
ROLRoll
RVRReverse Reel
SAKSack
SHKShook
SHTSheet
A thin layer of material usually used as a pad for extra protection by isolating/separating tiers or layers of parts within the package
SHWShrink Wrapped
A method of grouping products together for shipment by wrapping the grouping with a plastic wrap to keep them together during shipment
SIDSide of Beef
SKDSkid
SKESkid, elevating or lift truck
SLPSlip Sheet
Shipping containers utilizing slip sheets, which are cardboard platforms used to hold product for storage or transportation
SLVSleeve
SPISpin Cylinders
SPLSpool
SPRSeparator/Divider
In packaging, any material inserted between tiers or layers of articles to prevent contact and provide protection
TBETube
TBNTote Bin
TKRTank Car
TKTTank Truck
TLDIntermodal Trailer/Container Load (Rail)
TNKTank
TRCTierce
TRKTrunk and Chest
TRYTray
TSSTrunk, Salesmen Sample
TUBTub
UNPUnpacked
UNTUnit
VEHVehicles
VPKVan Pack
WHEOn Own Wheel
WLCWheeled Carrier
WRPWrapped

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