marine warranty surveyors warranty survey report
warranty Surveyors warranty survey report OF 5 x 40 containers and 6 trucks with cargo transported from jebel ali free zone.
Our Constellation Marine warranty Surveyors warranty survey report undertook a survey to supervise the loading of cargo on to the Containers / Trailers and to inspect the condition of cargo & adequacy of lashing and securing prior to dispatch from the consignee’s yard.
The Report starts with the Consignment details, which contains information’s such as the Name of the shipper & consignee, Total gross weight, Place of packing and delivery.
MARINE WARRANTY SURVEYORS WARRANTY SURVEY REPORT
Constellation Marine Surveyors arrived at the consignees warehouse and met their representative, who showed them the cargo and trailers lying ready to load the cargo.
The attending surveyors inspected the 2 Nos. of shore cranes, which was placed in the yard to lift the units. (Capacity of the shore cranes was: 100 M.T. & 120 M.T. SWL) Prior to loading, the Crane Certificates and the Drivers license were checked and it was found that all the certificates were valid. The marine surveyors also inspected the handling gears and found them suitable to use for this loading operation.
Before commencing the operation a safety meeting was carried out with the contractors and the laborers’s to ensure all safety measures to be taken during the operation.
MARINE WARRANTY SURVEYORS WARRANTY SURVEY REPORT OF LOADING OPERATION
The loading operation commenced at the consignee’s yard at 0810 hours. During discussion with the shipper’s representative it was understood that all the 6 x 40’ trailers were ready to load the packages. Details were as followed: –
TRAILER CODE NO.
DESCRIPTION OF CARGO
NO. OF UNITS
BAGHOUSE ASSY IN 01 TRAILER UNIT.
THERMAL OXIDEZER ASSY IN 01 TRAILER UNIT
ASSY IN 01 TRAILER UNIT.
CONTROL ROOM ASSY IN 01 TRAILER UNIT
ASSY IN 01 TRAILER
CONDERSER ASSY IN 01
The above-mentioned units were loaded in the Constellation Marine Surveyor’s presence onto 6 x 40’ trailers without any damage. During the operation the surveyors were continuously monitoring the operation and giving them necessary instruction for a safe loading.
LASHING OF UNITS ON THE TRAILERS:
All the 6 units were loaded on the platform of the 6 trailers with the aid of the shore cranes and thereafter they were properly lashed with 7/8 Nos. of chains (SWL 25 Tons each) at both ends of the unit, they were tightened with turn buckles and also wooden wedges were kept in 5/6 locations on the wheels/side of the units to avoid any movement/shifting during transit.
During the lashing operation of each unit, the Constellation Marine Inspectors supervised and gave their expert opinion to ensure that the lashing was proper for the contemplated transport from Jebel Ali to Abu Dhabi.
CARGO CONDITION PRIOR TO LOADING AFTER LOADING ON THE TRAILERS AT JEBEL ALI:
Prior to loading of the 6 Nos. of the units, the Constellation Marine Surveyors carried out a joint inspection with the shipper’s representative and noticed that all the 6 Nos. of the units were found to be used one with normal wear and tear commensurate with its age and use.
After completion of loading on the trailers our surveyors again inspected the units and found that there were no other exceptions caused to the cargo while loading.
The loading of 6 units completed at 1430 hours on the same day. Thereafter, the trucks left the premises towards its destination at Abu Dhabi.
The shipper’s representative also informed our surveyors that at their premises at Jebel Ali FZE & NOV Brandt Oilfield (Middle East) LLC at Al Quoz – 4 x 40’ containers and 1 x 40’ would be ready for inspection. After completion of the inspection, the 5 x 40’ containers would be transported to the consignee’s premises at Abu Dhabi.
INSPECTION OF CARGO STUFFED IN 4 X 40’ CONTAINERS:
Constellation Marine Surveyors arrived at the consignees premises to inspect the cargo stuffed in 4 x 40’ containers. At the time of their inspection the container doors were opened.
The shipper’s representative also informed them that the materials stuffed inside these containers were used units and old. After our surveyors inspection the containers would be transported to the consignee’s site at Abu Dhabi.
Detail’s were as follows:-
DESCRIPTION OF CARGO TUFFED INSIDE THE CONTAINER.
REMARKS OF THE CARGO
|SOC CONTAINER WITH RACKING AND TDU UNIT.||THE CARGO INSIDE THE CONTAINER FOUND OLD AND USED WITH WEAR AND TEAR|
|SOC CONTAINER WITH GENERATOR UNIT & SPARES||THE CARGO INSIDE THE CONTAINER FOUND OLD & USED WITH WEAR AND TEAR.|
|SOC CONTAINER WITH TDU CONNECTIONS & PARTS.||THE CARGO INSIDE THE CONTAINER FOUND OLD & USED WITH WEAR AND TEAR.|
|SOC CONTAINER WITH TDU ASSY PARTS||THE CARGO INSIDE THE CONTAINER FOUND OLD AND USED WITH WEAR AND TEAR.|
All the 4 x 40’ containers were found very old and Container No. D found with holes on top of the roof and 3 cut marks on the side panels ranging from 10 to 17 cms length. All the above-mentioned containers do not have ACEP details.
The cargo being loose items found not lashed but well stored to prevent their movement within. However the containers were well secured on the trailers at their 4 corner fittings.
INSPECTION OF 1 X 40’CONTAINER AT NOV PREMISES AT AL QUOZ, DUBAI:
DESCRIPTION OF CARGO STUFFED INSIDE THE CONTAINER.
REMARKS OF THE CARGO
|3 Nos. of wooden box & used cargo.||EXCEPT THE 3 WOODEN BOXES ALL THE OTHER CARGO FOUND USED WITH WEAR AND TEAR.|
The attending surveyors arrived at the NOV premises at 0800 hours and the consignee’s representative showed them the container. At the time of our surveyor’s attendance it was noticed that the packages were found already stuffed inside the container. It also noticed that the container Number was not visible.
The cargo found inside the container was 3 Nos. of wooden boxes and they were lashed with nylon straps and tightly lashed. Also noticed that the wooden boxes were properly chocked with wooden pieces and the remaining materials were also found lashed with nylon straps.
All the materials stuffed inside the container found used and covered with dust and trust.
Based on our surveyor’s inspection, the units, which were lashed and secured on the platform of the trailers and the cargo inside the containers, in their opinion, were adequate for the road transport in normal condition.
No damage caused during loading and the units were loaded in the same condition it was received in the yard.