Each cargo has its own properties and reacts differently to contact with water, moisture, exposure to temperature, sunlight or gases emitted by other cargoes on board the vessel. For some other cargoes, such as containers and project cargo, the effect of the ship motions is relevant to cargo.
Our services include:
Involving all types of cargo, such as:
Our experts are experienced across a full range of solid bulk cargoes and equally well versed in the many ship types used in this trade.
We have decades of experience investigating a large variety of claims and incidents involving transport and storage of perishable goods.
Our CargoHandbook.com is the industry's bible on all cargo, with more than 1000 listed commodities.
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