Stowage Inside Container

Packing in strong crates is essential, fixed crates properly is also very important for ocean transportation. Usually use steelband (19×0.5mm), batten, nail to fix crates.
1. Placed upright –Large-size

Special equipment loaded Large-size laminated glass.

Special equipment loaded Large-size laminated glass.

Each crate much be fixed with steelband to avoid dumping.

Nailed four or three battens on the top of crates to prop up crates when dumping.

Nailed batten at the bottom to avoid moving forth and back.

2. Placed upright –Small-size

Separately use steelbands to bind on both sides of crates.

Nailed battens at the crates to avoid sliding.

3. Placed lying:

Use steelbands and battens to fix the crates.

It is more stable to nail battens between crates.

When the distance from crates to door is less than 500mm, nailed several battens at the top of crates, the other end of batttens stand up to the door.

4. Stacked crates:

Finally use four steelbands to fixed all crates.

For stacked crates, four crates as a group, use steelbands to bind them. Upper crates is not easy to fall down.

5. Covered Tarpaulin- OT container:

Tarpaulin must be without damaged, tightly and strictly cover the top of OT container to protect from dampness in transit.

Each hole must be compiled with rope.

6. Ultra-high size:

Be able to loaded in 20’OT container, maximum height of glass sheet is 2250mm. The
space between crates is more larger than other sizes. Nailed battens at the front to
prop up crates.

Nailed four or three battens on top of crates.