Dock High Loading - Picture with Definition
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Dock high - Where the height of the slab at the bottom of the overhead door is approximately 4 feet above the ground level. This is a standard height for most shipping containers, and provides convenient access to load and unload these shipping containers to/from the warehouse space. The height of these shipping containers on trailers can vary slightly from trailer to trailer, and this difference is usually accomodated by the use of a dock plate or dock leveler.
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