The .NET 4.0 and .NET 4.5 versions of Simple Injector include a stack trace in the exception message that gets thrown when when the user tries to register to a locked container. The stack trace contains information about the call that locked the container. Likewise, issue #368 will ensure a stack trace is added that points to the call graph that caused the container to be disposed.
The .NETStandard compatible versions of Simple Injector do not have this behavior. Although it's impossible to add this behavior in .NET Standard 1.0, this feature can be made available in the .NET Standard 1.3 version of Simple Injector.
Unfortunately, it seems that the StackTrace class will only be available in .NET Standard 2.0; not in .NET Standard 1.3.