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Support and Maintenance

Container Surveying and Inspection

TLH provides a full spectrum inspection and survey service for shipping and cargo containers. Inspection shall be conducted by our licensed Inspectors who are certified by the Institute of International Container Leasers (IICL).

An inspection/survey should be performed in accordance to procedures and most importantly, inspectors should check for damage, wear and non-conforming repairs. Most importantly, inspectors are to look out for the cleanliness of containers to ensure there is no contamination, residue, debris or infestation that can be harmful to human health or future cargos. Inspectors must also visually inspect the top, bottom and sides of the container. Container must not have exterior dents, bulges, holes, missing bungs or caps, rust or other signs that might indicate leakage or potential leakage of contents. Container expiration/replacement date must be present on the container.

Quicklinks: Reefer Container Leasing | General Purpose Container Leasing | Container Repair | Reefer Container Sales

Repair Works 

Containers undergo harsh conditions throughout their transit, braving strong waves and even storms at sea. For major shipping lines and forwarders, repair and maintenance work is imperative to ensure that they deliver their client’s cargo in a condition as it is. TLH is able to provide professional and quality maintenance and repair services for your containers, just like we did for Maersk.

Container Surveying and Inspection
TLH provides a full spectrum inspection and survey service for shipping and cargo containers. Inspection shall be conducted by our licensed Inspectors who are certified by the Institute of International Container Leasers (IICL).

An inspection/survey should be performed in accordance to procedures and most importantly, inspectors should check for damage, wear and non-conforming repairs. Most importantly, inspectors are to look out for the cleanliness of containers to ensure there is no contamination, residue, debris or infestation that can be harmful to human health or future cargos. Inspectors must also visually inspect the top, bottom and sides of the container. Container must not have exterior dents, bulges, holes, missing bungs or caps, rust or other signs that might indicate leakage or potential leakage of contents. Container expiration/replacement date must be present on the container.

Quicklinks: Reefer Container Leasing | General Purpose Container Leasing | Container Repair | Reefer Container Sales