Stacking Orders

When the loading demands involve light and heavy collocation, or heavy/big cargoes are not allowed on light/small cargoes, the stacking orders can be set according to the “gross weight” or “density” or “size” of the cargo. The value of the stacking orders indicates the loading capacity of the cargo. Cargoes with large stacking orders will be placed under cargoes with small stacking orders.

The stacking orders is a relative value. The larger the value, the stronger the loading capacity, and it will be placed lower. The default stacking orders is 10.

For example: Cargo C cannot be pressed, it must be placed on top; Cargo A must be at the bottom. The "stacking orders " of cargo A, B, C can be set to 11, 8, 9.

The result is:

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