Know the characteristics of your cargo.
There are some important factors to consider when packing your goods. The layout of the cargo storage in the container. Ensure that all container weight restrictions for the container are met according to the markings on the container because there are consequences for error declaring weight. Distribute weight evenly inside the container taking care not to exceed permissible weight concentrations per square foot of deck. Avoid focusing heavy weights on one side or one side. Store the heaviest items at the bottom for stability. Box or box or put on holder of heavy things. Ensure that incompatible goods are not mixed in the container (such as mixing clothes with chemicals). Ensure that goods that are prone to spills or spills are not stored on top of other cargo. Observe dangerous packing instructions. The Basic Merchandise Damage Guide provides you with more information on how to pack your merchandise. If you have any doubts about the best practices for packing your container, you should use a packing warehouse or a specialized packing company to do the job and make sure that your shipment tolerates all of the above and reaches its destination safely.