Big Bags

The same rules apply to Big Bags as to all other goods. It is essential to avoid gaps in the load as this is the only way to ensure that damage will not occur in transit.

Exemplary container packing with Big Bags

If packing is continued in the same manner and proper bracing is provided in the gaps in the door area, this will be a copybook example of packing. Such compact loading is only feasible and a positive example because the bag fabric is sufficiently strong for the Big Bags not to be able to conform to the corrugations. The amber traffic light is intended to signify "Caution" because, with a softer fabric, hardboard or similar material should be placed against the side walls to stop the Big Bags from meshing with the corrugations in the walls.

  The wooden interlayer dunnage is not enough on its own.

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