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May 2011


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Marine Cargo Surveys (eBook)

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This publication is a step by step guide to cargo surveying. It describes how different goods are affected by transport and how they should be packed and stored to ensure their safety. 

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This guide is an overview of marine cargo surveying. It looks at:

-          The procedures carried out during surveys

-          different cargo types and type specific damage

-          what to do in the event of cargo damage

-          container types and cargo storage.

Author’s Introduction

About the Book

 

1. The Relationship Between the Principal and the Surveyor

 

2. System of Performing Surveys

 

3. The Silver Nitrate Test

 

4. Wetting of Cargoes

 

5. Salvage Sales

 

6. Reports

 

7. Steel

 

8. Hot Rolled Steel

 

9. Cold Rolled Steel Sheets

 

10. Tubes and Pipes

 

11. Timber

 

12. Plywood

 

13. Cereals and Derivates

 

14. Coffee

 

15. Cocoa

 

16 Sugar

 

17. Cotton

 

18. Coal

 

19. Containers

 

Appendix 1 – Depreciations Equivalent to Sandblasting Expenses of Steel

 

Recommended Reading

Christiaan Brans

Christiaan Brans is a marine and cargo surveyor with almost forty years’ experience. He is also the author of several publications on cargo surveying.

Title: Marine Cargo Surveys (eBook)
Subtitle: 2nd Edition
Edition: Second
Number of Pages: 215
Product Code: WS1225EA
ISBN: ISBN 13: 978-1-85609-454-2 (9781856094542), ISBN 10: 1-85609-454-5 (1856094545)
Published Date: May 2011
Author: Christiaan Brans

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