Malcolm Purcell Maclean “(May 25, 2001, November 14, 1913). The transport entrepreneur who developed the idea of a shipping container, and who revolutionized transportation and international trade in the second half of the twentieth century. Containers significantly reduced the cost of transporting goods by eliminating The need for individual frequent shipment of goods, and also improved reliability, reduced theft of goods, and reduced inventory costs by shortening shipping time. When he took a long time in transporting goods to Arabia, the idea of a large box that collected a number of small boxes appeared to him. The idea of transporting trucks on ships came into effect before World War II. In 1926 there was a regular transfer of the luxury passenger train (the golden arrow) from London to Paris, during which the passenger’s luggage began to be transported using four containers. These containers were loaded in London to Paris and carried to ports on flatbed cars.