Training: Cargo securing in the container

For you we develop a custimized training concept, based on:

  • VDI 2700:2004-11
  • DIN EN 12195-1:2011-06
  • IMO/ILO/UNECE Code of Practice for Packing of Cargo Transport Units (CTU-Code) 2014
  • and/or the Intermodal Loading Guide for Products in Closed Trailers & Container 2011, which is important for U.S. railroads.

Training Content

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At our training center in Cologne, hands-on training at our cargo securing testing facility complement our training.

We also offer on-site training – worldwide.

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Andreas Rainer

Andreas Rainer

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Container Ladungssicherung Modell

Training contents – cargo securing in the container

Cargo securingaccordingto DIN EN 12195 (VDI 2700a)

  • Legal basics – Why secure cargo?
  • Responsibilities – loading & cargo securing
  • Standards, guidelines & other requirements
  • Standard compliant implementation in the company
  • Physical basics – What happens during transport on a vehicle?
  • Load forces vs. securing forces
  • Suitable cargo securing methods
  • Load strength of vehicles

Cargo securingaccordingto CTU – Code of Practice

  • Introduction of IMO/ILO/UNECE Code of Practice of Cargo Transport Units 2014
  • Cargo securing according to CTU Code – examples from the field and theoretical calculation of cargo securing means
  • Technical requirement – Container Check
  • Health & Safety inside and around the overseas  container
  • Steel Floor Container
  • Reefer Container

Unit Load Securement on truck, rail and ship

  • Suitable packaging
  • Forming of unit loads
  • Load distribution on the vehicle / in the overseas container