IAMSA CARGO

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PROJECT CARGO SERVICES

PREPUCHASE & CONDITION SURVEY

The vessel will be examined from the deck to the internal areas as well as the underwater hull and machinery. The underwater machinery inspection includes propellers, stern drives, keel and rudder and rudder linkage knowing the rate of wear common to these parts. Correct operation of these parts will allow the vessel to last longer and run better, avoiding many breakdowns resulting from problems with these parts. Log books and documents on maintenance and repairs will be examined to establish the history of repairs and modifications to the hull and replacements on machinery in order to compare those annotations against the real conditions onboard.

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ON / OFF HIRE VESSEL CONDITION

Visual inspection of vessel holds, main deck and cargo working areas are performed to identify any damage present prior to the vessel going on /of hire. This survey is carried out by our staff and after the complection we issue an attestation certificate.

This survey is compared with the previous condition survey carried out to the vessel, in order to determine if new damage have occurred to the vessel from cargo operations and/or stevadors damage.

CARGO CONTROL INSPECTION
IAMSA CARGO DIVISION


- Draft Survey
- DWT Check
- Ullage Survey
- Holds/ Tanks Suitability Survey
- Sealing of Hatches

- Full On-Hire Condition Survey
- On Hire Survey
- Off Hire Survey
- Bunker Survey
- Bunker Replenishment Survey
- Ships Condition Survey
- Maximum Cargo Intake Survey
- Grain Stability Survey/ Stress Calculation
- Loading / Discharging Supervision
- Weight & Quality Control
- Containers Inspection/ Stuffing, Un-Stuffing

CARGO PRE SHIPMENT

The Pre-Shipment inspection is a procedure requested by both sides of the sale process (exporters and importers of goods), in order to guarantee the quantity and quality of the merchandise or goods that are been traded, in accordance with the contract specifications.

The inspection should be performed before the products have been exported to the country or destination of the consignee. We at IAMSA CARGO, focus our inspection on three key factors:

The effective package and labeling of the products
The condition of the container where the merchandise will be stowage.
The adequate transport system according to the characteristics of the product or merchandise.
We act in a preventive way, in order to minimized claims. Therefore, our inspections consists of four (4) steps to verify every detail:

Preliminary: In which we identity the container and establish the details of the inspection.
Conditions: In which we evaluate the conditions of the product or merchandise before those products are fitted in the container.
Main: Where the conditions as the product or merchandise is located in the container is determined.
Conclusions: Where the quantities and times of the inspection are settled and noted, and the recommendations brought out.
After all the steps are completed a report is prepared with all of the information taken, including at least six (6) pictures of the process.

Our objective is to prevent any damages of the merchandise or products due to any cause during the Pre-Shipment process, in order to correct it and reduce any possible conflicts between the exporter and the consignee.

CARGO PRE SHIPMENT


The Pre-Shipment inspection is a procedure requested by both sides of the sale process (exporters and importers of goods), in order to guarantee the quantity and quality of the merchandise or goods that are been traded, in accordance with the contract specifications.

The inspection should be performed before the products have been exported to the country or destination of the consignee. We at IAMSA CARGO, focus our inspection on three key factors:

The effective package and labeling of the products
The condition of the container where the merchandise will be stowage.
The adequate transport system according to the characteristics of the product or merchandise.
We act in a preventive way, in order to minimized claims. Therefore, our inspections consists of four (4) steps to verify every detail:

Preliminary: In which we identity the container and establish the details of the inspection.
Conditions: In which we evaluate the conditions of the product or merchandise before those products are fitted in the container.
Main: Where the conditions as the product or merchandise is located in the container is determined.
Conclusions: Where the quantities and times of the inspection are settled and noted, and the recommendations brought out.
After all the steps are completed a report is prepared with all of the information taken, including at least six (6) pictures of the process.

Our objective is to prevent any damages of the merchandise or products due to any cause during the Pre-Shipment process, in order to correct it and reduce any possible conflicts between the exporter and the consignee.

MARINE SURVEYORS

Surveys marine vessels and watercraft, such as ships, boats, tankers, and dredges, to ascertain condition of hull, machinery, equipment, and equipage, and to determine repairs required for vessel to meet requirements for insuring: Examines underwater section of hull while ship is drydocked to ascertain conditions that indicate repairs are required. Takes readings on tailshaft and tailshaft bearings. Inspects condition of propellers, rudders, and sea valves. Inspects above waterline section of ship, such as hatchways, freeing ports, ventilators, bulkheads, fittings, and attachments, for compliance with operating standards, and compliance with standards for protection of crew. Observes operating tests on machinery and equipment and inspects opened up machinery for interior condition. Observes testing of cargo gear for compliance with testing standards and issues or endorses certificate for gear tested. Prepares reports on types of surveys conducted, recommended actions and repairs, or conditions remedied. Submits report to client.

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