Service overview

I. Lashing service – securing goods

  • Lashing – tying machinery onto trucks, short trailers, in containers
  • Lashing – tying bulky goods and equipment into containers, cont Flat ract
  • Lashing – tying iron and steel, steel structures, machinery on board.
  • Lashing – tying corrugated iron rolls, rolled iron onto containers, trucks
  • Packing – baled, lashing-tying goods package
  • Baled – vacuum-binding machines
  • Relocating, baling and lashing machines
  • Lashing – tying excavators, hoes, forklifts and cranes
  • Issuing lashing inspection certificates meeting export safety standards

II. The process of performing lashing – tying goods

  • Customer provides information about goods: Size, weight, image, place of execution and lashing requirements
  • We conduct field surveys if the goods are heavy and complex
  • Advice on how to implement lashing and tying up so that it is safest and the best cost
  • Quotation according to the agreed plan
  • Perform lashing- Prepare dunnage means, lashing supplies, chains, narcotics, funerals, cables, tensioners …
  • Issue deed
  • Hand over and end the contract

III. Types of goods specialized in lashing

  • Lashing all kinds of machines: Presses, stamping machines, mechanical machines, printers, CNC ….
  • Lashing steel structures: Pre-engineered steel buildings, manufactured mechanical products, steel rigs, ….
  • Lashing corrugated coil, iron coil, stainless steel coil …
  • Lashing vehicles: cars, excavators, excavators, bulldozers, forklifts, cranes….
  • Lashing oversized and other overloaded goods …

First and foremost, transport packaging must serve to protect goods in transit. Given the nature of road and rail infrastructure, transport packaging should be manufactured so as to absorb unintended shocks, impacts or accidents of any kind, as well as protect against the elements such as humidity, excessive temperatures or heavy weather.

Transport packaging must take into account the possibility of multiple stages in transit before the product reaches its final destination. This includes multiple off-loading, re-packaging, re-loading and possibly storage of the product(s). Transport packaging should thus be versatile enough to facilitate this process when necessary.

Transport packaging should be as individual as the product itself and perfectly match the product’s consistency, size and dimensions. The focus here is on packaging that is lightweight, robust, easy to handle and that takes up as little space as possible.