Chest freezers, which sit horizontally and open from the top, usually have one or two wire storage baskets that fit on slots along the inside top edges of the freezer. The baskets can be moved over or lifted out to access contents on the bottom. They are sometimes called drawers.
Chest freezers are more energy-efficient than upright drawer freezers, and they keep food cold longer. They also store more food per cubic foot and can handle oddly shaped and larger items. The downside is that sometimes it takes a lot of bending and reaching to get to food at the bottom. Using cardboard or plastic boxes to organize the food can make the search easier.