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container loading inspection services

container loading inspection services

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Container Loading Check (CLC)   During a Container Loading Check, your inspector will select 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; ensuring all product paid for makes it on the truck. A CLC reduces risk of damage during shipment. For all inspections, CIL uses the standard internationally recognized ANSI/ASQ Z1.4-2003 (ISO 2859-1:1999) statistical sampling procedure. These comprehensive criteria cover: functionality, performance, durability, overall appearance, and dimension. Inspection certificates are issued if stipulated in the letter of credit.   Benefit from a Quality Loading Inspection   The main benefit is getting your product safely to market without structural or regulatory hiccups. It is as if your eyes in the supply chain extends to all loading, transit, and customs concerns.   Looking Ahead Beyond the obvious concerns for product safety, an additional benefit to container loading inspection is environmental protection. According to a U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) article, "A Floating Threat," a more hidden, yet greater threat to the environment than oil spills, is the spread of invasive flora and fauna from country to country through container shipping. Customs inspections have become so sensitive to the implications of a potential crate infestation that the mere trace of an insect could cause your entire payload to be sent back at your expense. According to the article, some countries, such as New Zealand, "have enforced a state of the art biosecurity and container hygiene system in its bid to keep invasive species out." The ecologically sensitive country has created an economic incentive of fewer inspections upon arrival for companies who comply with their standards. As a result, "Container contamination rates were higher than 50 percent before this system was adopted a decade ago, and have since dropped by 90 percent." Through globalized commerce, a fuller environmental picture is emerging, and it is a picture that all importers and exporters will need to face if they want to help protect the planet and remain viable in their industry.
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