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Basic knowledge of container freight (6) CNS Logistics

by:CNS     2021-04-18
Basic knowledge of container freight (6): 2018-07-18 16:02:00 slot number (slot number) The stowage position of the container on the ship. It consists of six numbers. The first two numbers are row numbers, the middle two numbers are row numbers, and the last two numbers are layer numbers. For example, box position 0402D1 means that this container is stowed on the first floor of the second row on the starboard side of the fourth row. Container stowage plan (pre-stowageplan) The plan of container ship packing. The loading and unloading area is packed accordingly. The stowage plan is prepared by the foreign shipping agency (in the capitalist country by the container handling area) according to the booking list, the packing but and the yard stowage plan. After the ship arrives at the port and obtains the consent of the ship, it will be loaded on the ship. If the ship is calling at the port halfway and the ship is already loaded with containers, the relevant information should be reported to the ship for loading, and the relevant information should be compiled after the call is returned. The stowage plan is composed of a cross section of each row and layer of the container ship. During stowage, the following requirements must be met: (1) Ensure the strength of the ship's longitudinal section and the stability of the ship. (2) Maintain the ideal draught so that the ship can achieve the best sailing performance, that is, it has good maneuverability and speed. (3) Make the most reasonable use of the ship's deadweight and cabin capacity. (4) Ensure the integrity of the container in the cabin and its safety on deck. (5) Consider the ease of loading and unloading operations. (6) When loading and unloading in multiple ports, care must be taken not to cause overturning of the loading and unloading in the following ports. [page] Dock receipt (dock receipt) A receipt issued after the carrier entrusts the container loading and unloading area, transfer station or inland station to receive the FCL or LCL cargo. The station receipt shall be prepared by the consignor. Just like when a batch of goods is loaded with several containers, it is first packed but checked and accepted, and the port station administrator will sign for the receipt on the station yard until the last container is checked and accepted. When the station yard receives the whole container, if there is an abnormal appearance on the outside of the packed box or the packaging of the LCL, it should be noted. The function of the station receipt is equivalent to that of the chief mate receipt in traditional transportation. It is the proof that the shipper exchanges the bill of lading with the shipping company. Container (container) A large-scale cargo container with a certain strength, rigidity and specification for turnover use. Using containers to transfer goods can be directly loaded in the consignor’s warehouse and transported to the consignee’s warehouse for unloading. There is no need to take the goods out of the container for reloading when changing vehicles or ships in the middle. According to the type of goods loaded, there are general cargo containers, bulk containers, liquid cargo containers, reefer containers, etc.; according to manufacturing materials, there are wooden containers, steel containers, aluminum alloy containers, glass fiber reinforced plastic containers, stainless steel containers, etc.; according to structure , There are foldable containers, fixed containers, etc., fixed containers can also be divided into closed containers, open top containers, slab containers, etc.; according to the total weight, there are 30 tons of containers, 20 tons of containers, 10 tons of containers, 5 Tons of containers, 2.5 tons of containers, etc.
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