Cargo

A recent bulletin from The Standard on losses experienced by some of their members :

The Standard : Deck Cargo – May 2016

CargoHandbook.com, the world’s largest database on transportation of cargoes in the marine industry is linked below. This website is aimed at providing a platform acceptable for everyone to provide and share the best knowledge available on cargo transportation, thereby hoping to contribute to awareness and prevention of loss. 

This website provides information on over 750 commodities with emphasis on those characteristics which may be relevant during overseas transportation. The guidelines are general in nature and the amount of information largely depends on availability and level of transport-related research done.

Specific information provided by manufacturers, shippers, authorities and shipping lines may differ and the user of this website may therefore wish to make further enquiries as to the most suitable guidance. In no circumstance, does the information on this website replace provisions governing the carriage of goods as stipulated in IMO publications, Production Safety Data sheets, advice given by insurance companies, regulations by any national or international authority, etc.

CargoHandbook.com

The “Standard Cargo” bulletins below are courtesy of The Standard P&I Club.

Standard Cargo : Carriage of Seedcake – October 2011

The briefings below are courtesy of the North of England P&I Association.

NEPIA : Carriage of Containers : Stowage and Securing

NEPIA : Carriage of Containers : Flexitanks

The article(s) below are courtesy of the UK P&I Club.

UK P&I / Intercargo / LR : Carrying Bulk Cargoes Safely

UK P&I : Securing Cargo 

UK P&I : Lashing and Securing of Deck Cargo

UK P&I : Project Cargo Matters

UK P&I : Project Cargo Matters – Pocket Guide

The article below is provided by the Japan P&I Club :

Japan Club : Cranes, Their Operations and Reasons For Failure

The document below is courtesy of A. Bilbrough and Company Ltd.

Holds and Hatch Covers

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