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Stuffing

Stuffing refers to the process of loading cargo into transportation equipment, such as a container or trailer, for shipment. The cargo is placed securely and protected with appropriate padding to prevent damage during transit. It involves placing the cargo into the designated space within the container, securing it properly to prevent damage during transport, and closing and sealing the container. Stuffing is an important aspect of the logistics process as it ensures that the cargo is transported safely and securely. The responsibility of the stuffing process can vary depending on the agreement between the shipper and the carrier, but it is typically the responsibility of the shipper or their agent.
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