Container yard refers to the place where containers are stored at the wharf. There are certain requirements and rules for the stacking of containers, not only for the convenience of management, but also to ensure the storage safety. Here are the basic stacking principles:
1. 20 foot containers cannot be stacked on top of 40 foot and 45 foot containers.
2. Heavy and empty containers shall be stacked in opening area.
3. In addition to stacking the export heavy containers according to the ship name, the weight and port of destination shall also be considered.
4. Ordinary containers, refrigerated containers and dangerous goods containers in the container yard shall be stacked in separate areas.
5. The stacking height of heavy boxes shall be calculated according to the rated load of the storage yard, and the total weight of boxes in the same box position shall not exceed the rated load.
6. Import and export heavy containers shall be stacked in a centralized manner according to the ship name, voyage, bill of lading number, etc.
7. Import boxes, export boxes and transfer boxes shall be stacked in separate areas.
8. Empty containers shall be stacked according to different container companies and different container types, and intact containers and dirty containers shall be stacked separately.
9. Containers of the same shipping company are stacked in a centralized manner; Containers with the same planned tasks are stacked in a centralized manner; Containers of the same container type shall be stacked in a centralized manner; Containers of the same height shall be stacked in a centralized manner.