In view of the recent incidents relating to stack collapses on board and containers lost at sea, I thought a refresher on “What is container stowage planning and how it … Read more here..
Known by many names including Cut-off time, Gate Cut-off etc, the term STACK DATE has a massive significance in the shipment of a container and is a crucial element in … Read more here..
The other day I was going through some of my old files and I came across the bay plan of a container ship that I used to plan for in … Read more here..
There are a lot of cases across all the shipping lines whereby containers get stowed on board a ship to the incorrect destination and discharged at the incorrect destination.. Why … Read more here..
In response to my previous post https://www.shippingandfreightresource.com/2009/03/31/identifying-a-stow-position/ a VERY INTERESTING question has been raised by a user Sandeep.. His question being : Quote information provided is very good. However could … Read more here..
Some of the people in the industry can identify where a container has been stowed on board of a ship just by reading the stow position (also known as cell … Read more here..