Transport packages and transport possibilities
We prepare produced timber in transport “packets”. Final dimensions of the packets depend on the storage method, type and product dimensions. Packets can be prepared as
- Hard packets – timber is stacked in rows, which are separated by small slats 7 mm or 12 mm in size. When transport distances are shorter, this stacking technique is recommended.
- Soft packets – timber is stacked in rows, which are separated by slats 24 mm in size. This is how timber is prepared for transport to distant destinations.
Packet dimensions depend on the dimensions of timber. Carpentry timber example:
|Thickness(mm)||Length(m)||Class||Packaging method||Packet dimension||Number of pieces|
|CARPENTRY TIMBER||48||4 m||I||Hard||1,10 x 1,12 x 4||55-60|
|Soft||1,10 x 1,12 x 4||80-90|
When stacking the transport packets, products are stacked “on slats” in order to improve the process of natural drying or drying in our own production capacities/driers.
The project was co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund