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Everyone has seen them: The many numbers and symbols on the container doors. But what do they actually mean? They can tell you the owner of the container, its registration number, or even the type designation, i.e. the construction type. But there are even more details in the lettering. Do you know them all?

CSC label (Convention for Safe Containers) is a set of rules intended to ensure that containers are manufactured, tested and repaired worldwide according to uniform criteria. This also includes regular inspections and the documentation of this on the CSC label of the container. But what does this say in detail? And what criteria must a container fulfill?

Dimensions, internal dimensions, the construction of a container and thus its load capacity sometimes differ significantly. What damage makes a container no longer safe to operate? What is a "twist-lock"? Learn all about containers in our technical article:

The operational safety of a vehicle is not only the responsibility of the driver, but also of the loader and his supervisor. How can the loading obligations be observed in a legally compliant manner? What influences must be taken into account? What information must the loader provide?


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Everyone has seen them: The many numbers and symbols on the container doors. But what do they actually mean? They can tell you the owner of the container, its registration number, or even the type designation, i.e. the construction type. But there are even more details in the lettering. Do you know them all?

CSC label (Convention for Safe Containers) is a set of rules intended to ensure that containers are manufactured, tested and repaired worldwide according to uniform criteria. This also includes regular inspections and the documentation of this on the CSC label of the container. But what does this say in detail? And what criteria must a container fulfill?

Dimensions, internal dimensions, the construction of a container and thus its load capacity sometimes differ significantly. What damage makes a container no longer safe to operate? What is a "twist-lock"? Learn all about containers in our technical article:

The operational safety of a vehicle is not only the responsibility of the driver, but also of the loader and his supervisor. How can the loading obligations be observed in a legally compliant manner? What influences must be taken into account? What information must the loader provide?

The coefficient of friction in load securing for trucks plays a major role in choosing the right load securing equipment. After all, it determines the load weight to be secured. What role does a clean loading area play in this? How do I get my shippers to comply with the basic rules?

When a container is delivered, an incoming inspection is actually mandatory. Does the container show any damage? Are there any deformations or damage to the container floor? When was the last inspection carried out in accordance with the CTU Code 2015? Some parameters have to be checked already before loading.

Force-fit load securing means that the goods and the securing equipment have as much contact surface as possible. An example would be a load unit made of cardboard on a Euro pallet, which is secured with dunnage bags.

The goal: the goods must be distributed as evenly as possible in the container. For this purpose, there are various possibilities, depending on the goods to be secured, to place them in the overseas container.


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Everyone has seen them: The many numbers and symbols on the container doors. But what do they actually mean? They can tell you the owner of the container, its registration number, or even the type designation, i.e. the construction type. But there are even more details in the lettering. Do you know them all?

CSC label (Convention for Safe Containers) is a set of rules intended to ensure that containers are manufactured, tested and repaired worldwide according to uniform criteria. This also includes regular inspections and the documentation of this on the CSC label of the container. But what does this say in detail? And what criteria must a container fulfill?

Dimensions, internal dimensions, the construction of a container and thus its load capacity sometimes differ significantly. What damage makes a container no longer safe to operate? What is a "twist-lock"? Learn all about containers in our technical article:

The operational safety of a vehicle is not only the responsibility of the driver, but also of the loader and his supervisor. How can the loading obligations be observed in a legally compliant manner? What influences must be taken into account? What information must the loader provide?

The coefficient of friction in load securing for trucks plays a major role in choosing the right load securing equipment. After all, it determines the load weight to be secured. What role does a clean loading area play in this? How do I get my shippers to comply with the basic rules?


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Everyone has seen them: The many numbers and symbols on the container doors. But what do they actually mean? They can tell you the owner of the container, its registration number, or even the type designation, i.e. the construction type. But there are even more details in the lettering. Do you know them all?

CSC label (Convention for Safe Containers) is a set of rules intended to ensure that containers are manufactured, tested and repaired worldwide according to uniform criteria. This also includes regular inspections and the documentation of this on the CSC label of the container. But what does this say in detail? And what criteria must a container fulfill?

Dimensions, internal dimensions, the construction of a container and thus its load capacity sometimes differ significantly. What damage makes a container no longer safe to operate? What is a "twist-lock"? Learn all about containers in our technical article:

The operational safety of a vehicle is not only the responsibility of the driver, but also of the loader and his supervisor. How can the loading obligations be observed in a legally compliant manner? What influences must be taken into account? What information must the loader provide?

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