U.S. eggs are primarily packaged on plastics or fiber trays that hold 30 eggs. Filled trays are then packed into cases that hold 360 eggs (30 dozen), a capacity that is universal throughout the industry and is used to transport and store shell eggs. Eggs are shipped by refrigerated trucks or in refrigerated containers aboard ocean-going vessels. Capacities of refrigerated container are as follows:


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