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LASHING & NAIL FREE CARGO SECUREMENT METHOD

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000258792D
Publication Date: 2019-Jun-14

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Abstract

Lashing is an arrangement of rope wire or webbing with linking device used to secure and fasten two or more items together in a rigid manner such as constraining the consignment while in transportation in order to ship the consignment damage free. A definite vertical lashing angle is required to prevent the cargo from sliding and tipping during transit. Pallets which are small in height are unable to get required vertical lashing angle which results into pallet sliding/movement during transits and sometimes results into product damages. Requirement for lashing/unlashing of each and every pallet in container exists which increases the loading/unloading time.