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What does SSCI stand for?

SSCI stands for Steel Shipping Container Institute


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Steel Shipping Container Institute (SSCI) Honouring Howard.
About Steel Shipping Container Institute is located at the address 1229 Castle Dr in Mason, Ohio 45040. Steel Shipping Container Institute has an annual sales volume of 0 - 500K. For more information contact Lee Frederick, Quality, Enviromental & Safety ManagerFor maps and directions to Steel Shipping Container Institute view the map to the right.
The former Steel Shipping Container Institute on Monday announced it has adopted a new name, the Industrial Steel Drum Institute (ISDI), along with a new logo and Website. The new Website provides purchasers of industrial packaging, warehouse and corporate risk managers, fire protection professionals, and others with information about the benefits of steel drums, how steel drums are made, and resources available to the industry.
Steel Shipping Container Institute (SSCI) operates as a nonprofit organization. The Organization represents the steel shipping container industry in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. SSCI offers political representation, publications, research, and networking. SSCI holds annual conferences and committees.
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On June 24, 1998, ISDI (then the Steel Shipping Container Institute) signed an agreement with the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) in San Antonio, Texas to conduct a series of full-scale fire testing of 55-gallon steel drums filled with heptane (a Class IB flammable liquid) and fitted with relieving-style plugs. The purpose of these tests was to show the pressure relieving capabilities of nylon closures and to support a change in NFPA 30, the Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code, to allow greater stacking heights for the storage of flammable liquids in steel drums.