Loading Scheme Templates for Container Shipping

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Templates for Container shippingeach applicationdownload

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The loading examples are an expression of our more than 25 years of experience in load securing. Directly from practice, tailor-made for application in the container. The illustrations are only exemplary and not legally binding.

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20′ Container
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10x IBC in 20′ Container

        • Dunnage bag
        • Lashing restraint system
        • Edge protection angle quarter shell for IBC

10x CP1 Paletten in 20′ Container

        • Dunnage bag
        • Lashing restraint system
        • Edge protection angle cardboard

11x Euro Paletten in 20′ Container

        • Stowage bag and stowage pad 3D
        • Lashing restraint system
        • Edge protection angle cardboard

18x IBC in 20′ Container

        • Dunnage Bags
        • Pro Lash Flex restraint system (8 eyelets)
        • Edge protection angle quarter shell for IBC

18x IBC in 20′ Container

        • Dunnage bag in double deck
        • Lashing restraint system
        • Edge protection angle quarter shell for IBC

18x IBC in 20′ Container

        • Dunnage bag
        • Lashing restraint system
        • Edge protection angle quarter shell for IBC

20x CP1 Paletten in 20′ Container

        • Dunnage bag double-decker
        • Lashing restraint system
        • Edge protection angle cardboard

22x Euro Paletten in 20′ Container

        • Stowage bag and stowage pad 3D
        • Lashing restraint system
        • Edge protection angle cardboard

40′ Container
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21x IBC in 40′ Container

        • Dunnage bag
        • Lashing restraint system
        • Edge protection angle quarter shell for IBC

30x IBC in 40′ Container

        • Dunnage bag
        • 3x Lashing restraint system
        • Edge protection angle quarter shell for IBC

44x Euro Paletten in 40′ Container

        • Dunnage bag
        • Lashing restraint system
        • Edge protection angle cardboard

22x Euro Paletten in 40′ Container

        • Dunnage Bags
        • Lashing restraint system
        • Edge protection angle cardboard

24x Euro Paletten in 40′ Container

        • Dunnage bag
        • Lashing restraint system
        • Edge protection angle cardboard

48x Euro Paletten in 40′ Container

        • Dunnage bag double-decker
        • Lashing restraint system
        • Edge protection angle cardboard
The loading diagram and load securing equipment shown here are only examples.
In reality, load securing equipment must be adapted to your particular loading situation.
These vary, among other things, by the type of cargo, the weights and the transport route.

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Load securing is as versatile as the products to be loaded. Perfectly coordinated loading is the decisive factor in ensuring that your goods arrive safely at their destination.

Our field staff will be happy to work with you on site to create a loading scheme that fits your requirements exactly. Certified on request and therefore legally compliant for you.

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    Using standardized loading schemes for load securing offers several advantages:

    Efficiency: Standardized loading schemes enable efficient and optimal use of the available cargo space. By using predefined arrangements and placements of cargo units, empty spaces can be minimized and the available space can be used optimally. This can lead to a reduction in transport costs, as fewer vehicles or containers are needed to transport the same amount of cargo.

    Stability: Standardized loading schemes take into account the stability of the cargo. By placing the cargo units in a specific arrangement based on the centers of gravity and the physical properties of the cargo, stability during transport can be ensured. This reduces the risk of cargo shifting, sliding or tipping over during transport.

    Safety: Proper load securing is crucial for safety during transport. Standardized loading schemes take into account the safety aspects of load securing and ensure that the load is secured in accordance with applicable regulations and standards. This minimizes the risk of accidents, injuries or damage to people, vehicles or the cargo itself.

    Time saving: Time can be saved by using standardized loading schemes. Since the arrangement of the loading units is already predefined, there is no need to plan an individual arrangement each time. This facilitates the loading process and shortens loading times.

    Compliance: Standardized loading schemes often take into account the applicable regulations and standards for load securing. By using these schemes, you can ensure that you comply with legal requirements and avoid potential legal consequences.

    Overall, standardized loading schemes offer a number of benefits when securing cargo, including efficiency, stability, safety, time savings and compliance. They ensure that cargo is properly secured and that no problems or damage occur during transport.

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