Inspection and supervision of the handling and shipment of all types of bulk grain and bagged cargo.
Ascertainment of the loaded and discharged weights. Inspection of the vessel’s holds and handling equipment and ensuring the cargo is stowed correctly.
Supervision of all types of vegetable oils and fats. Sampling according to contract requirements. Issuing independent reports, arranging analysis.
Inspection and sampling of all types of mineral and chemical cargoes, including concentrate, ores, fertilizers, solid chemicals, alloys, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, iron and steel products, scrap.
Supervision of loading, discharge and trans-shipment operations to avoid losses, prevention of contamination and assurance of correct handling.
Witnessing weighing, determination of gross net and both wet and dry weights.
Preparation of documentation for settlement between buyers and sellers according to contract.
Sales contracts review.
Quality inspection and witnessing of tests at manufacturer’s premises. Sampling, testing. Inspection of packing and marking. Expediting and progress reporting.
Pre-award and pre-qualification surveys. Inspection and expediting of consumer goods.
Management of logistics programs for industrial projects including transportation, insurance and customs clearance.
Negotiating sea, waterway, road, rail or air transports for freight of all kinds.
Arranging and accelerating discharge (working out) from FIO to liner terms.
Providing ships’ agency functions and competitive rates for receiving and trans-shipment in the principal ports.
Attending to customs clearance, warehousing, and trusteeship of goods and documents.
Collecting proceeds of sales against documents or delivery of goods. Establishing and executing delivery orders (splitting Bill of Lading).
Quantity and quality control of the following products: crude oils, refined petroleum products, gas and liquefied gas cargoes, petrochemicals, coal tar products.
This includes the sampling and measurement of ship and shore tanks, the quantity assessment of cargo both by ship and shore, tank measurement, the provision of complete cargo documentation, investigating and reporting unusual incidents (e.g.: abnormal differences between Bills of Lading and outturn quantities). Investigations for interested parties in connection with insurance claims, loss control, complete throughput and stock audit of installations.
Having the necessary analysis undertaken to support the correct weight and quality control, reporting and drawing up independent reports for settlement between buyer and seller.
Undertaking meter readings to prove calibration of storage tanks and consultancy. Gas free certification. Control of crude oil washings and monitoring of oxygen levels.