Container Loading and Unloading Supervision

We help you to optimize your supply chain to safeguard your brand reputation because the globalized supply chains capable of meeting consumer demand for fast fashion which comes with risk.


Our loading/unloading supervision services ensure your goods are handled safely and correctly. Container loading inspection has been developed for those clients that not only require reassurance during the container loading process, but also need confirmation that safety and quality requirements are met and that correct goods handling procedures are put in place and adhered to.
During a Container Loading, inspector inspects container as per 7 point Global security requirement and take many more assessment steps, furthermore inspector selects boxes at random to confirm each carton bears the quantity of product ordered, the quality matches the specifications and/or approved sample provided by you, and that all packaging material contains the correct barcodes, labeling, and packing materials. The entire container loading process is strictly supervised

Containers others assessment steps are as follows:

Outside the container:

1. No holes or cracks in walls or roof.
2. Doors operate properly.
3. Closing devices operate properly.
4. No adhesive labels from the previous cargo, e.g. IMO placards.
5. For open-top containers: roof bows are complete and correctly fitted.
6. For open-top containers: tarpaulins are undamaged and fit properly; ends of tarpaulin ropes are undamaged; all roof eyes are present.
7. For hard-top containers: the roof is undamaged, roof locking mechanism fits and operates properly.

Inside the container:

1. Container is watertight. Test method: enter container, close both doors tightly and look for incoming light (e.g. through cracks, holes, door gaskets, etc.).
2. Container interior is absolutely dry. (Wipe up any condensation or white frost in order to avoid corrosion and moisture damage of the cargo.)
3. Container is clean, free of cargo residues, and neutral in odor.
4. No nails or other protrusions that could damage the cargo.
Once these checks are completed the container will be sealed and an inspection report will be issued to you.