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                1. Reinforcement of super tall and large cargo containers

                Oversized bulky cargo means that the height of the cargo itself has exceeded the height of the container door. For goods like this ultra-high type of large items, the cargo can only be reinforced with open-top containers and flat containers.

                2. Reinforcement of super wide and large cargo containers

                For the reinforcement of ultra-large cargoes, the width of the container itself can not meet the actual width of the cargo, so some problems will occur during loading and unloading and shipping operations, which must pay full attention to the lateral fixation of cargo. Once the ultra-wide cargo has moved laterally, the cargo will hit the adjacent container, and in severe cases, it will even pierce the wall of the adjacent container, which will cause unnecessary trouble.

                3. Reinforcement of super long and large cargo containers

                For the loading of oversized and long-sized cargoes, the general cargo owner will use a flat container for reinforcement. When loading the cargo, the plugs at both ends of the container need to be removed and placed under the cargo. The length of super-long and large cargo is also limited, and the maximum is not more than 306mm (that is, about 1ft).

                4. Reinforcement of super heavy cargo containers

                For the reinforcement of super heavy cargo, the overweight part should be removed from the cargo, and then the container with a larger total weight should be arranged for loading and reinforcement.

                5. Reinforcement of bulk cargo containers

                When bulk cargo is transported through containers, it can save labor and packaging costs, and reduce the labor intensity of loading and unloading workers and improve the efficiency of loading and unloading and packaging. However, due to the poor strength of general cargo containers, generally only lighter cargo is transported. Therefore, when choosing to transport bulk containers, it is necessary to fully understand the characteristics of the cargo, the density of the cargo and the strength of the container and other relevant conditions.

                6. Reinforcement of liquid cargo containers

                Liquid cargo can be regarded as a kind of bulk cargo, but because of its own characteristics, we also directly classify it as a special cargo. There are usually two situations when transporting this kind of goods. One is direct tank trucks, and the other is to put liquid products into barrels and then into containers, so the reinforcement of such goods in containers is particularly important because In this case, the matters that should be paid attention to when loading and strengthening the cargo are similar to the dangerous goods (dangerous goods).

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