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Container Inspection

Container Inspection

Container Inspection

Container Inspection

AIM Control works in this field offering container inspection to a recognized shipping company, carrying out, seal inspection, transshipment inspection, stuffing/loading inspection, quantity & quality goods inspection, condition cargo loading inspection, pre-shipment inspection, and cargo damage inspection. Email

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AIM Control's team of shipping container surveyors is trained in the management of Goods, Dangerous Cargoes, these technical container inspections are carried out for  trained engineers certificate our clients a careful and safety inspection and a excellent report.

Also we conduct survey to establish the structural condition of containers, to provide a description of the damages which affect structural integrity according to IICL5 Code together with an estimate of the repairs cost.

Container Inspection Procedure of AIM Control Inspection Group

  • Procedures must be in place to verify the physical integrity of the container structure prior to stuffing, to include the reliability of the locking mechanisms of the doors.

  • Container 7-point inspection Process is recommended for all containers.

Inspection on main structure of container standards

  1. Outside/ Undercarriage (before entering facility)

  2. Inside/ Outside doors

  3. Right side

  4. Left Side

  5. Front Wall

  6. Ceiling/Roof

  7. Floor (Inside)

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Container inspection checklist

Undercarriage

  • Inspect  prior  to entering facility

  • Support beams should be visible

Outside/Inside Doors

  • Secure and reliable  locking mechanisms

  • Look for different color  bonding material

  • Loose Bolts

  • Plates and repairs

Right/Left Sides

  • Unusual  repairs  to structural beams.

  • Repairs to the walls on the inside of the container must be visible on the outside.

  • Use tool to tap side walls.

Front wall

  • Blocks and vents are visible.

  • Use tool to tap front  wall.      

  • Range finder, measuring tape and/or string can be utilized to determine the length of container.

Ceiling/  Roof

  • Ceiling is a certain  height  from floor.  Blocks & vents are visible.

  • Uncomfortable feeling  inside container.

  • Repairs to the ceiling on the inside  of the container should be visible on the outside.

  • Use tool to tap ceiling.

Floor

  • Floor should be a certain  height  from the ceiling

  • Floor should be flat.                !

  • Different floor  heights

  • Unusual  repairs

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Point Tractor & Trailer Inspection Process

  • Procedures should be in place to verify the physical integrity of the trailer structure prior to stuffing, to include the reliability of the locking mechanisms of the doors.

  • Border crossing tractors & trailers should be inspected upon arrival at the domestic facility.

  • Point Tractor & Trailer Inspection Process is recommended for all trucks and trailers arriving from foreign.

  1. Bumper

  2. Engine

  3. Tires (truck & trailer)

  4. Floor

  5. Fuel Tanks

  6. Cab/ Storage Compartments

  7. Air Tanks

  8. Drive Shafts

  9. Fifth Wheel

  10. Outside/ Undercarriage

  11. Floor

  12. Inside/ Outside Doors

  13. Side Walls

  14. Ceiling Roof

  15. Front Wall

  16. Refrigerated Unit

  17. Exhaust

Please kindly review Inspection of goods stuffing/loading into container before exporting or Marine survey of AIM Control Inspection Group.

Also see our Container Inspection services in relation

Container loading Supervision services,

On-hire & off-hire container survey

Cargo Inspection services and loading supervision into Containers

Cargo Pre-shipment inspection services

Loading Container Inspection  Report

See more 19 types of containers in shipping

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