During containerization of products, it is of great importance that the cargo will move during transportation. To prevent the cargo from shifting, it is important to lash it. Cargo lashing can be done in a lot of different ways. For example, cargo lashing can be done by composite strapping or other products that are specially designed and made to keep cargo safe during transportation. These modular solutions are easy to use and measure up to the CTU-code. In that way a lot of time and money is saved, and that is something that is of great importance to producers as well as suppliers.
Cargo lashing with composite strapping of its own making
Cargo lashing. Working in an industry where transporting goods is a regular aspect, cargo lashing is of great importance. It is an important part of containerization. When cargo is not lashed in a particular way, it can be damaged on the way. As a producer or supplier, you do not want to see that happen. That is why cargo lashing with composite strapping is a great idea. Cordstrap develops products that are specially made for transporting goods in a safe and better way. The production of composite strapping is completely in Cordstrap’s own management. Cordstrap also produces other products to keep the world’s cargo safe.
Certified and endorsed cargo lashing equipment
A supplier or producer wants their cargo transported safely; they do not want their cargo to be damaged during transportation. To make sure their cargo is safe, it is important to use quality cargo lashing. Cordstrap develops and delivers various high quality cargo lashing products, such as composite strapping. The cargo lashing products that Cordstrap develops are certified and endorsed by monitoring organizations like the International Maritime Organization and the American Railroad Association. These products also meet the ISO 9001:2008 guidelines and are certified by Germanischer Lloyd classification bureau. The also meet the CTU guidelines. Over 25.000 companies use these cargo lashing products for containerization satisfactorily.
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