Cargo plan or stowage plan

Cargo plan or stowage plan. In the regular liner trade it is customary to draw up a stowage plan, showing in different colours the part of the ship in which the various parcels have been stowed, stating at the same time marks and destination.

Such a document gives a clear picture of the stowage of each parcel and it will enable agents at the port of discharge to take the necessary preparatory measures for the discharge of the vessel well in advance. Moreover, in case of damage or it is important to know which parcels are affected.






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