(Question on Identification Mark when multiple overpacks are shipped.)

When multiple overpacks are shipped, the shipper must place an Identification Mark on the overpacks to identify the contents of each overpack. We assume a same identification mark should not be used for multiple overpacks. Would that become reasons for rejection?  (30 Sep 16)

When multiple overpacks are made, the airline must be able to identify the contents and quantity of each overpack. Therefore the need of an Identification Mark. If an identical identification mark is used for different overpacks, it will be impossible to ascertain each overpack. The mark may be a numeric number in sequence or could be a differing mark. Otherwise, it will be subject to rejection and correction.

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