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A fairly straighforward physical separation technique utilizing shipping containers welded together to act as a wall, the container separation is generally used, but not limited to, when transporting nickel concentrates.
- The container is measured, and using the vessel's hold dimension, is pre-cut to fit a certain location on the tank-top. That position is marked out so that the container can be quickly and easily placed by the crane operator.
- The containers are placed in their designated spots, tacked into place and welded together to secure them from toppling or shifting during transport.
- Cargo is then evenly distributed into the designated spaces provided in the now separated hold.