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  1. I just tonight sent a delivery of 2 full crates of 300 mortar from my deed at U18 - to Greendog at L13 on Deliverance. Upon receipt and checking (as soon as the consignment had arrived) the recipient told me both crates were missing 15 mortar each. It seems wagoner contents are susceptible to very quick off-deed decay. Please would you address this, so that purchased goods do not go missing within the few minutes it takes for the wagoner to complete its delivery? Thanks. Even though the crates were checked straight away in this case at Greendog - it would be good if we could also remove decay on crates that are still sealed, and perhaps reset the decay timer at the point of unsealing, to allow the recipient to get them back to their deed if necessary, and stored away. Your logical endeavors are appreciated!