TI-HI

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TI-HI, Ti-High, Tie-High, or Ti by Hi is a term often used in the logistics industry.

It refers to the number of boxes/cartons stored on a layer, or tier, (the TI) and the number of layers high that these will be stacked on the pallet (the HI).[1] It can also be used in reference to the stacking pattern used to load a pallet in order to generate a relatively stable stack.

These measurements will usually be asked for following the Cube (cubic feet) of a Master Carton.

Some manufacturers design and stack boxes/cartons on pallets in non-standard Ti-Hi patterns. This stacking pattern does not compute logically to TI-HI applications. Pallets with non-standard Ti-Hi are unconventional.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Commonwealth of Australia (2012). "Ti by Hi". Virtual Warehouse. Archived from the original on 9 August 2013. Retrieved 10 June 2019.