Cargo inspection is normally engaged when the goods are manufactured away from the exporter's premises, or when the cargo needs to comply to certain financial or legal requirements. Another form of cargo inspection is for Dangerous Cargo where a CPC (Container Packing Certificate) is issued by our qualified surveyor to state that the high-risk cargo has been correctly labelled & packed for transport.
CPC for Dangerous Goods
Dangerous Goods (DG) have to be labelled, packed & loaded safely in order to minimise the risk posed to the lives & vehicles handling the cargo, as well as the environment.
Our qualified DG desk & surveyors can advise on your packing, shipment planning & conduct an onsite survey to issue the CPC required by sea, air & land transport authorities and carriers.
Talk to us about storing, surveying or shipping your DG cargo.
General cargo inspection
We offer this service for both for import and export. The cargo inspection for export will take place at either the factory or the warehouse prior to the items getting packed, and be checked against the specifications given by our customer .
For imports, the inspection is normally arranged at the place of receipt, which is where the goods’ journey should rightfully end.
 Note: Should technical or specialized inspection be required, this can be arranged for you or your appointed service provider to perform.