The majority of loading and unloading as pipe moves from rack to rack, truck to rack and vise versa, occurs in the first in last off, or FILO order. This means that the first joint to land on a given rack will typically be the last one removed due to pipe on above tiers being more accessible. Tallys also makes it easy to complete a transfer of any joint(s), regardless of tiering when required.
A Misc Transfer Tally is identical to a regular Transfer Tally, with the exception that a Misc Tally Out is used instead of a regular Out. A misc. out allows you to break the FILO rule, and remove joints from any tier or position on the rack.
The above tip is an excerpt from an article on our Tallys Support Desk
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