How To Pack A Shipping Container

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shipping container dimensionsShipping Container Packing

Imagine you work in a glass factory and a customer has just ordered 240 cups. Each cup needs to be individually boxed before being packed in shipping containers for shipment. The measurements of each box is 3 x 6 inches x 6 inches The box is made of 1/8-inch thick cardboard. No need for spacers. To know how to pack a shipping container efficiently we need to know the dimensions of the containers if the boxes are arranged in 3 stacks of 10 boxes.  Think you can get the answer?

A. 30 1 / 4 X 18 1 / 4 X 6 1 / 4

B. 31 X 7 X 19

C. 29 1 / 4 x 17 1 / 4 5 1 / 4

D. None of the above.

There are three levels of boxes. They are each 3 inches high. So the height of the boxes is 0.125 +3 +3 +3 = 0.125 9.25 There are 10 on each level. This is 2 x 5 width is 0.125 +6 +6 0125 +6 +6 +6 = 30.25 Depth is 0.125 = 0.125 12.25 +6 +6 So I would say the answer is D. Number of containers. There 10×3 goblets per container for 30 boxes of 240 containers goblets/30goblets/container = 8 D.

Dismantling & Containerization of Komatsu WA380 Loader by Big Iron’s shipping & logistics department

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