Using extreme caution to ensure rollers remain inside ISO container (5), continue offloading
stack of CROPs (3), allowing PLS truck to be pushed forward or by alternately driving for
ward several feet, stopping, and offloading more of the CROP into the ISO container then
repeating the procedure until the front of the CROP (3) is approximately 12 inches (30 cm)
from the ground. Proceed to step (10).
If CROP load is too tall to insert the load into the ISO container according to steps (5) and
(6) above, perform steps (7) through (9) below; otherwise proceed to step (10).
front of and against ISO container door opening so the CROP rollers (2) can roll up the plat
forms (6) into the ISO container.
(8) Offload CROP (3) until rollers (2) are grounded in front of the ISO container loading plat
forms (6) and the front of the CROP (3) is approximately 12-18 inches (30-46 cm) from
With assistant providing ground guidance, use PLS truck to push CROP (3) up loading plat
forms (6) and into ISO container.