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What does wind and water tight (WWT) mean exactly?

A container is wind and water tight if no wind or water can penetrate the container on condition that it is used the way it is supposed to.

A container is wind and water tight if no wind or water can penetrate the container on condition that it is used the way it is supposed to. For example, a WWT container can be perfectly used as storage. A new container is always wind and water tight, but also our second hand containers are all repaired to make them wind and water tight. This does not mean that the container is Cargo Worthy. A container is only Cargo Worthy when it has a CSC-certificate. It can then be used to ship cargo.