Other packing materials might be required by the buyer: palets, plastic wrap, etc. And for some large or fragile products, some dunnage (eg. inflatable bags, kraft paper) might be necessary. Factories are always tempted to save a few pennies on such accessories, with potentially disastrous consequences.
Container Loading Supervision Service is otherwise called Container Loading Inspection (CLI/CLS). It guarantees that your completed products are managed precisely as they are stacked into containers and transported by ship to their final destination. This inspection is conducted in the same method that a payload is inspected before loading into the container. Container Loading Inspections are usually conducted at the manufacturing line's distribution center or the forwarder's distribution center and are conducted after a Pre-Shipment Inspection (PSI Inspection).
Our inspector monitors the stacking process, ensuring that the correct items and quantities are stacked, and reviewing the appropriate packages and quality of the product. This is the last opportunity to confirm compliance with your quantity, mix, and packaging requirements. That is why a large number of coordinations organizations collaborate with us on a long-term period.
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