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Devanning is the process of unloading cargo from a container or other freight packaging. It is also called stripping, unstuffing, or unloading.
It involves manually removing items from their packaging, usually pallets, and crates, and then organizing them for further transport or storage. This can include breaking down boxes and sorting smaller items into different categories for easier management.
Devanning is often done in warehouses, distribution centers, and other facilities that require large quantities of goods to be moved quickly.