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Loading ramps are inclined planes that compensate for the height difference between the ground and cargo transport. They are primarily used to load and unload heavy materials from trucks or containers. Depending on the construction of the ramp, they can be designed to support foot traffic, hand-trucks, and even forklifts. Loading ramps are commonly used in warehouses and shipping yards to facilitate a faster and safer way of transferring loads.