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reefer

(rē′fər)
n. Slang
Marijuana, especially a marijuana cigarette.

reefer

See cannabis.
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In the coming years, we will gradually ramp up production to 25,000 reefer containers per year giving full priority to safety and quality.
UASC will be placing more orders of reefer units this year.
One of the key characteristics of the reefer market is how traditional import regions are changing.
When a truck is parked in a yard, at a truck stop or at a loading dock, APUs allow the driver to plug the reefer into an AC outlet and continue running it while the engine is shut down.
Although the three cases that make up Reefer Madness are filled with great anecdotes and statistics, they don't add up to a persuasive argument about the relationship between the underground and legitimate economies.
In addition, remote reefer monitoring systems can transmit and collect performance information electronically so that physical checks are not required while the reefer is stacked in the hold or on a dock.
A new larger facility adjacent to the area opened in January 2000 and has recently reached the milestone of producing its 100,000th reefer trailer.
By equipment type, year over year, van freight availability declined 33 percent, reefers were down 26 percent, and flatbeds dropped 54 percent.
United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) has ordered for 2,000 new energy efficient reefer containers.
Dubai: United Arab Shipping Company, or UASC, plans to make significant investment in new reefer units, the company announced on Sunday at WOP Dubai, the international perishables expo for the Middle East.
Each ship offers about 200 more TEUs of capacity and twice the number of reefer plugs--about 160--than the Sea Gale and Sea Cloud, the ships they are replacing.
Innovate Logistics, one of the leading forces in the UK temperature-controlled logistics services industry, has chosen Thermo King as its sole reefer supplier.