In order to prevent the loading and unloading of boxes during transportation, or unloading and loading at the transshipment port to damage the goods, causing the boxes to sway in the container and cause losses, they will choose to reinforce the packing belt or use fillers (inflatable bags) to avoid losses.
Bagging is also commonly seen in container transportation. The main ones are grain, cocoa, fertilizer, cement, corn flour, powdered chemicals, etc. Their packaging forms will be different, including sack, cloth bag, plastic bag, paper bag and so on.
(1) For paper bags for cement, sack for grain, and cloth bags for powder, a layer of things should be laid on the container floor before packing to prevent the product from falling out after the bag breaks and messing up the container.
(2) The bagged goods will generally protrude in the middle. After it is installed, it will not be as stable as a paper bag, so it needs to be placed layer by layer. Wall stacking and staggered stacking can be used.
(3) After the bagged goods are placed in the container, they are easy to move during transportation. Therefore, we use adhesives between the bagged goods to stick it firmly or put a liner board and non-slip rough paper to prevent slippage.
(4) If the bagged goods are loaded very high, the goods will easily slide down near the door, so some reinforcement products such as packing straps need to be used at the end of the door to prevent collapse. It is also a consideration for the safety of loading personnel when unpacking.