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Standard ID GB/T 39448-2020 (GB/T39448-2020)
Description (Translated English) Configuration requirements for multimodal transport facilities and equipments of finished vehicle logistics
Sector / Industry National Standard (Recommended)
Classification of Chinese Standard A80
Classification of International Standard 03.220.01
Word Count Estimation 14,165
Date of Issue 2020-11-19
Date of Implementation 2021-06-01
Drafting Organization Beijing Jiaotong University, China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing, SAIC Anji Logistics Co., Ltd., Beijing Changjiu Logistics Co., Ltd., FAW Logistics Co., Ltd., Fengshen Logistics Co., Ltd., Chongqing Changan Minsheng Logistics Co., Ltd., Beijing Putian Logistics Co., Ltd., Zhongdu Logistics Co., Ltd., Zhonglian Logistics (China) Co., Ltd., Beijing Trend Zhongke Logistics Technology Research Institute Co., Ltd.
Administrative Organization National Logistics Standardization Technical Committee (SAC/TC 269)
Regulation (derived from) National Standard Announcement No. 26 of 2020
Proposing organization National Logistics Standardization Technical Committee (SAC/TC 269)
Issuing agency(ies) State Administration for Market Regulation, National Standardization Administration

GB/T 39448-2020
GB
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 03.220.01
A 80
Configuration requirements for multimodal transport
facilities and equipment of finished vehicle logistics
ISSUED ON: NOVEMBER 19, 2020
IMPLEMENTED ON: JUNE 01, 2021
Issued by: State Administration for Market Regulation;
Standardization Administration of the People's Republic of
China.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3 
1 Scope ... 4 
2 Normative references ... 4 
3 Terms and definitions ... 5 
4 General requirements ... 6 
5 Configuration requirements for facilities ... 7 
5.1 General requirements... 7 
5.2 Connecting facilities ... 7 
6 Requirements for equipment configuration ... 16 
6.1 Transport equipment ... 16 
6.2 Loading and unloading equipment ... 16 
6.3 Fixtures ... 16 
6.4 Other supporting equipment ... 16 
7 Configuration requirements for information management system ... 17 
7.1 Information system ... 17 
7.2 Information equipment... 18 
Bibliography ... 19 
Configuration requirements for multimodal transport
facilities and equipment of finished vehicle logistics
1 Scope
This Standard specifies general configuration requirements for multimodal
transport facilities and equipment of finished vehicle logistics, configuration
requirements for facilities, configuration requirements for equipment,
configuration requirements for information system.
This Standard is applicable to the planning, selection and configuration of
facilities and equipment used as commodity passenger vehicle during
multimodal transport. It is not applicable to multimodal transport of finished
vehicle container.
2 Normative references
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of
this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated
references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any
amendments) applies.
GB 1589, Limits of Dimensions, Axle Load and Masses for Motor Vehicles,
Trailers and Combination Vehicles
GB/T 5600, General technical specification for railway freight car
GB/T 26774, Technical specification for car carriers
GB 50014, Code for Design of Outdoor Wastewater
GB 50015, Standard for design of building water supply and drainage
GB 50016, Code of Design on Building Fire Protection and Prevention
GB 50034, Standard for lighting design of buildings
GB 50057, Design Code for Protection of Structures against Lightning
GB 50067, Code for fire protection design of garage, motor-repair-shop and
parking-area
a platform set up at the end of a railway loading and unloading line
3.8 double-decked adjustable loading platform
end type platform used for upper and lower loading and unloading operations,
with two layers and adjustable height
3.9 shuttle minibus
a manned vehicle that transfers the self-driving driver of the finished vehicle
between different workplaces
3.10 pontoon
floating ship berthing facility for docking ships, loading and unloading, storing
goods, and passengers getting on and off in the port; it is connected to the land
by an approach bridge
[GB/T 8487-2010, definition 2.23]
3.11 floating pier
a pier mainly composed of pontoons, positioning facilities, approach bridges
[GB/T 8487-2010, definition 2.24]
4 General requirements
4.1 The configuration of facilities and equipment shall meet the needs of basic
operations such as finished vehicle transport, loading and unloading, storage,
handover, and supporting service requirements for production and life.
4.2 The configuration of facilities and equipment shall meet the requirements
for spatial connection, ability matching, smooth flow, and convenient operation
when the finished vehicle multimodal transport operation is converted between
different modes of transport.
4.3 The configuration of facilities and equipment shall meet the requirements of
safety, economy, efficiency and environmental protection.
4.4 The multimodal transport facilities of finished vehicle can be divided into
connection facilities and supporting facilities:
- The connection facilities shall meet the operational needs of the finished
vehicle from one transport mode to another transport mode. It should
include railway loading and unloading lines, railway platforms, car
transporter loading and unloading sites, piers, transfer buffer sites and
be arranged separately. The directions and identifiers shall be unified.
5.2.1.4.3 The loading and unloading site of car transporter shall meet the
requirements for turning radius of central axle car transporter and semi-trailer
vehicle equipment.
5.2.1.4.4 A safe distance for vehicle operation shall be reserved between the
loading and unloading lanes.
5.2.1.5 Piers
5.2.1.5.1 Ro-ro pier shall introduce railway loading and unloading line. A
finished vehicle storage space or handover buffer space shall be set up
between the berth and the railway loading and unloading line.
5.2.1.5.2 The layout of the front area of the pier shall be able to meet the turning
radius requirements of vehicle equipment such as shuttle minibus.
5.2.1.5.3 The approach bridge of floating pier shall be connected to the finished
vehicle storage site.
5.2.1.6 Handover buffer site
5.2.1.6.1 The handover buffer site shall have the function of meeting the
coordination of operational capabilities and smooth processes among various
transport methods. It can be set separately or shared with the loading and
unloading site of car transporter and the storage site of finished vehicle.
5.2.1.6.2 The handover buffer site should be arranged between the railway
loading and unloading line, the loading and unloading site of car transporter,
the pier berth and the finished vehicle storage yard. In the case of setting up a
floating pier, the handover buffer site can be set on a pontoon.
5.2.1.6.3 The handover buffer site should be extended along the loading and
unloading direction of the car transporter loading and unloading site and pier
berth loading and unloading operations.
5.2.1.6.4 The handover buffer site shall be arranged along the parallel direction
of the railway loading and unloading line.
5.2.1.7 Storage site for finished vehicle
5.2.1.7.1 The storage site for finished vehicle shall be close to the railway
loading and unloading line, the loading and unloading site of car transporter,
and the pier berth.
5.2.1.7.2 The storage site for finished vehicle should meet the storage needs
for arrival and departure of roads, railways, waterways, and transport finished
areas, passages and other facilities shall be marked with location names,
directions, driving requirements in eye-catching locations.
5.3 Supporting facilities
5.3.1 Lighting facilities shall meet the relevant regulations of GB 50034 and GB
50582.
5.3.2 Fire-fighting facilities shall meet the relevant regulations of GB 50016 and
GB 50067. Drainage facilities shall meet the relevant regulations of GB 50014
and GB 50015. Lightning protection facilities shall comply with relevant
regulations of GB 50057.
5.3.3 Monitoring and security facilities should be equipped with protective nets,
access and fire gates, and surveillance cameras.
5.3.4 The road transport parking lot shall meet the requirements for parking and
passing all types of car transporters. The road transport parking lot should be
set close to the gate and the loading and unloading site of car transporter. Road
transport parking lots can be vertical, parallel and diagonal. The area
configuration of road transport parking lot shall consider factors such as the
type and number of car transporters, parking form and time, and operating
procedures.
5.3.5 Charging piles shall be installed in the charging area. Keep a safe
distance from the storage site for finished vehicle. The number of charging piles
and the area configuration of the charging area shall comprehensively consider
factors such as the type and number of electric vehicles, charging efficiency,
parking form and time.
5.3.6 Office facilities such as production command, information management,
and administrative office can be centrally configured in a multi-functional
building. The multi-functional building should be located near the main entrance
of the multimodal transport site of finished vehicle. The construction area
configuration of the multi-functional building shall be determined according to
the vehicle multimodal transport operation site and the number of personnel.
5.3.7 Gate area shall be equipped for multimodal transport operation site of
finished vehicle. The number of gate areas shall be determined by
comprehensive consideration of the number of vehicles entering and leaving
the gate area, working hours in the gate area, and the connection of municipal
roads.
5.3.8 The multimodal transport operation site for finished vehicle shall be
provided with a lane for living and office vehicles. Separate it from the traffic
lane of car transporter.
operating efficiency, daily working hours, number of shuttle drivers, and
scheduling. The height of the vehicle shall be lower than the lowest interior
height of the cabin or car-dedicated railway freight car. Shuttle minibuses shall
be numbered uniformly. Devices such as driving recorder shall be equipped.
6.4.3 Multimodal transport operation site for finished vehicle shall be equipped
with road rescue vehicle.
6.4.4 When the finished vehicle is handed over for inspection, it can be
equipped with video recording equipment, flaw detectors and other testing
equipment as needed.
7 Configuration requirements for information
management system
7.1 Information system
7.1.1 The multimodal transport area for finished vehicle shall be equipped with
an information system that meets the multimodal transport operation
organization, field operations, safety management and other functions. It can
be configured separately or configured in an existing information system with
multimodal transport business modules. Information system hardware and
software shall have advanced technology, stable performance, complete
functions, and convenient expansion.
7.1.2 The multimodal transport information system for finished vehicle shall
have functions such as operation dispatching and commanding, vehicle
handover management, storage management, and safety management, so as
to provide information release, dynamic query and other services.
7.1.3 The multimodal transport information system for finished vehicle shall be
connected to the information network, supporting high-speed, reliable and
stable transmission of information between related transport methods, internal
operations, and various partners.
7.1.4 Information exchange interface shall be reserved for the multimodal
transport information system for finished vehicle, so as to realize
interconnection with logistics information systems such as automobile
production plants, railways, highways, ports and shipping. It is advisable to
exchange and share information and data such as multimodal transport order
processing, capacity allocation, and shift planning in real time.