Articles Not to Be Loaded or Stored Together.
That was an easy example.
Let's look at one which is more difficult.
Number 9 (Propellant Explosives, Class B) in the vertical column in Figure 2-5.
By moving down, you will see that this is not compatible with Number 3
(Initiating or Priming Explosives), Number 20 (Corrosive Materials), Number 22
(Poisonous Gases or Liquids), and Number 23 (Etiologic Agents). Your personnel
must not ship any of these four materials with Number 9.
You should now have an idea of the types of cargo that can be shipped together.
You must use this information when reviewing the SPWS. Effective and economical
use of transportation resources requires advance planning of the SU composition
and accurate scheduling of a movement cycle.
increase transportation resources and reduce transportation costs.
The SPWS is
used to consolidate cargo for shipments and to prepare MILSTAMP transportation
documentation. To review an SPWS you must have the following data: