loading plan

loading plan

All of the individually prepared documents which, taken together, present in detail all instructions for the arrangement of personnel, and the loading of equipment for one or more units or other special grouping of personnel or material moving by highway, water, rail, or air transportation. See also ocean manifest.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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The air cargo carrier's team of cross-functional specialists including specialised loadmasters drew up an optimal loading plan on the aircraft for the safe transportation of the satellite.
MOSCOW: Russian Urals crude exports from the Baltic Sea ports of Primorsk and Ust-Luga will rise by 12 per cent month-on-month in October to an all-time high of 7.5 million tonnes, a provisional loading plan showed.
Exports of Basrah Light crude, the country's main grade, may reach about 2.8 million barrels a day next month, according to a preliminary loading plan. That's 11 per cent more than this year's average and would be close to matching a three-decade high reached in February.
A consistent loading plan ensures proper workflow, as well as the ability to immediately notice something out of place on a crowded jobsite.
Total spokesman said, 'Consequently production has been reduced, and the loading plan has had to be slightly reorganised.'
In total, February crude loadings by Iran's top four buyers -- China, India, Japan and South Korea -- rose to 1.16 mbpd versus 994,669 bpd lifted in January, according to a loading plan seen by Reuters.
The preparation of the loading plan included hours of modeling, due to the massive size of the aircraft and restricted vessel interior dimensions.