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Container identification | Who is responsible for load securing? | Friction value on the truck | Incoming container inspection

Episode 14: Misjudgements in Load Securement

When transporting goods, many are involved to achieve a common result. The common result is the safe movement of the goods from the producer to the consumer. In between, there are several transportation phases in which the goods are subject to what are known as TUL stresses. TUL stands for transport-transhipment-storage. At each stage, the goods/cargo must be secured in such a way that the TUL loads do not exceed the...

Container identification | Who is responsible for load securing? | Friction value on the truck | Incoming container inspection

Episode 8: Form fit in the container

Securing cargo in containers is not really a problem, but inspection practice and the damage rate show that many loaders/stowers have difficulties with "knowing how! In this episode, I will explain the principles of tight-fit stowage/packing and how they can be implemented. The difference between frictional and positive locking has already been explained in many places, which is why...

Container identification | Who is responsible for load securing? | Friction value on the truck | Incoming container inspection

Episode 7: The incoming inspection of the container

A considerable part of all global general cargo transports is handled by container. Millions of these metal boxes are on the move by sea, rail and road. Everywhere they are subject to special transport stresses and when loading, sometimes shippers have no inhibitions about handling them with little care for the material. Although there are globally applicable rules for testing and repairs for the container...

Container identification | Who is responsible for load securing? | Friction value on the truck | Incoming container inspection

Episode 3: Technical features of the container

The container is often considered as a transport box with which you can do anything. However, cargoes are stowed in the container for which it is not built at all. Therefore, it seems necessary to describe the characteristics of the container in addition to the technical standards and regulations. Dimensions of a container Since the container in its present form was invented in America, based...

Container identification | Who is responsible for load securing? | Friction value on the truck | Incoming container inspection

Episode 2: CSC badge and ACEP - explanation of abbreviations and inspection criteria

CSC The "Convention for Safe Containers" was adopted by the IMO (International Maritime Organization) in 1972 and incorporated into German law in 1976 with its publication in the Federal Law Gazette. It is a set of rules intended to ensure that all container manufacturers and owners worldwide manufacture, test and repair the means of transport according to uniform criteria. In the process, the set of rules is supplemented by some...

Container identification | Who is responsible for load securing? | Friction value on the truck | Incoming container inspection

Episode 1: Container Identification - What does a container door have to say?

Since the container is one of the most common means of transport, you can also see many on the road, mostly from the rear. On the rear doors there is a lot of information, which is very important for the one who has to load containers. Therefore, in this episode I would like to explain the marking and its meaning. Rear doors In the upper third are located on the...

Ladungssicherung Online-Seminare Schulung | Rothschenk

[R] INSTRUCT Load Securement Online Seminars bookable now (German Language)

Load securing online seminars: Better by far Online seminars have been on the rise, and not just since Corona. In addition to the obligation to instruct loading personnel, managers and supervisors must also consider the health of their employees. How do you combine the two without risk? Rothschenk has already addressed this issue in 2019 and conceptually planned the [R] INSTRUCT load securing online seminars and digitally launched them in August 2020....

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