This is to provide the basic container stuffing requirement for transport and logistics service.
First of all, all the cargo is to be classified according to the nature of the goods, size, weight and strength of the packaging, and to take the heavy and strong package to be loaded in the first layer of the container. When loading the container, the weight of the goods should be evenly distributed on the bottom of the container to avoid container bottom off or bottom beam bending. If the gravity of entire container is offset, it may cause the container to tilt when lift-up with a spreader.
When loading the goods, the necessary securing and dunnaging should be made according to the strength of cargo packaging. For fragile goods, loading should be lined with cushion materials to prevent the collision and extrusion. In order to fill the gap between the goods or container side panel, it is necessary to insert shim or other separated materials.
Generally speaking, there will be some broken space left after the goods stuffed into the container. Due to the existence of void space, the goods in the container must be lashed and secured to prevent the collapse and damage of the goods caused by the sway of the ship during sea transportation. The container lashing and securing is normally included: support, to hold and secure the goods with wooden peg; fully dunnaging among the goods and container side panel to fix the wood pillars in a horizontal direction, or insert cushion materials by preventing goods movement during the transportation; to secure with the ropes and straps and lash the goods stuffed in container.
When loading the goods into container, contamination and damaging to the goods must be avoided. To which it includes: dry and wet goods cannot be mixed; no mixed loading with strongly smelly cargo; no mixed loading with powder goods; no mixed loading with different type of dangerous goods.
To Meet the above Four Points of container loading requirements, your goods would be stable and maintain at a low rate of damage during international transport and logistics services.