Determine condition of cargo during loading or discharge operations, advise on suitable lashing arrangements.
Verify the quality condition and quantity for owner/ receiver. Recommendations to prevent damage to cargo or vessel.
Verification that all necessary steps have been taken to prevent loss. Review vessel and equipment condition and approval for marine operations.
All reasonable endeavours are made to ensure associated risks are acceptable and to the best industry practices.
Calculation to determine the quantity of bulk cargo loaded or discharged from a vessel.
Independent verification of cargo weight. Minimises risks or mechanical weighing inaccuracies.
Physically inspect cargo prior to cargo handling operations or during discharge and report on condition.
Provide principal conformation the cargo is in a good or agreed condition for receival or delivery.
Document condition of vessel, superstructures and holds. Determine bunkers on board for the charter.
Independent verification of bunkers so an agreed value passes between parties.
Pre planning cargo stowage and securing before vessel arrival.
Minimises risk of damage to cargo and reduces lost time in port and during operations.
Witness loading and advise on lashing arrangement for cargo on road transport.
Ensuring lashings are calculated to be sufficient to minimise risk of damaged of lost cargo.