Function II: Cargo Handling & Stowage

Cargo Handling & Stowage: Monitor loading, discharging, stowage and care during passage

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The International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG Code) Explained

Definition The IMDG Code regulates the transport of dangerous goods by sea in order to prevent injury to persons or damage to ships and their cargoes. Dangerous Goods means the substances, materials and articles in packaged form covered by IMDG Code. Transport of marine pollutants is primarily regulated to prevent harm to the marine environment. The …

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What you must know about the Bill of Lading? Stale Bill of Lading?

A Bill of Lading is a document that evidences a contract for the carriage of goods by sea and the taking over or loading of the goods and by which the carrier undertakes to deliver the goods upon surrender of the document. A provision in the bill of lading to deliver the goods to a named person or to order constitutes such an undertaking.

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Container Lashing System

Container Lashing Diagram Types of Container Lashing System Conventional System: Stacking cones, Turnbuckle, Wires and Rods Twist Lock System: Base, Intermediate, Angled twist locks Transversal Lashing System: Tension & Compression type lashing Cellular System: Cell Guides Deck Fittings Item No. 2: Flush deck fitting, flush deck insert, flush foundation, circular foundation, stud bushing with plugging …

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