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Stuffing

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Stuffing a container in logistics means to load a container.

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What is stuffing?

Stuffing is the act of loading a container.

A supplier will stuff an FCL container at their premises. An LCL (less than container load) container will be stuffed at a CFS (Container Freight Station).

The container will be de-stuffed, or devanned, at the destination.


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