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Container Trading

The main business of container traders is to buy and sell shipping containers. They also have region-specific sales managers responsible for selling containers. But not all container traders conduct their business the same way. A big container trader has a well-established network of buyers in many countries. Whereas, a mid-sized container trader specializes in trading in just a few locations. 

Maintenance and Repair

Our diagnosis of container condition and estimation of repairs costs, photos of damages and ongoing status of containers in the process of repairs are all part of the service.

  • Damage reporting and statement 
  • Emergency repairs
  • Dry Container repair
  • Reefer and genset repair
  • Emergency reefer response
  • Containers Inspection
  • Documentation of all service work
  • Cleaning of all container types
  • Reefer Container washing
  • Food- Grade container preparation
  • Container grit blasting & painting

Marine Insurance

Marine insurance covers the physical loss or damage of ships, cargo, terminals, and any transport by which the property is transferred, acquired, or held between the points of origin and the final destination.Cargo insurance is the sub-branch of marine insurance, though marine insurance also includes onshore and offshore exposed property, (container terminals, ports, oil platforms, pipelines), hull, marine casualty, and marine liability. When goods are transported by mail or courier or related post, shipping insurance is used instead.

Lashing & Choking

Lashing is the securing of cargo for transportation, with the goal of minimizing shifting when in transit. Items used for lashing cargo down include ropes, cables, wires, strapping, and nets. These items are anchored down to the container, and tensioned against the cargo so it minimizes unnecessary movement.

Cargo choking is done using heavy wooden blocks or logs in different sizes and weight to give support to the base of the goods. This will ensure that cargoes are secured onto the surface and cannot be detached during transportation. That way, your cargoes will be safe and free from damage upon arrival.

Both lashing and choking are done to reduce and nullify the damage done to the goods in the container. It is a crucially important step before any transportation is performed. Any shortcoming or mistakes in lashing and choking could result in damaged cargoes, damage of containers, delay of transportation, etc.