QUARTERDECK MARINE - Surveyors and Consultants
Hudson Office: 1500 Harbor Blvd. LHYC D-11, Weehawken, NJ 07086 201 247-4888
North Office: 137 Magee Road, Ringwood, NJ 07456 973 839-6070
email@example.com Fax: 862 200 5004
Expert Analysis of Every Type of Cargo and Container
We are familiar with all types of foodstuffs including fruits and vegetables as well as rices, coffees, teas and spices.
Quarterdeck Marine Surveyors always test with silver nitrate for salt water invasion as well as improper temperature settings.
Bananas at an acceptable temperature. Intimate knowledge of the produce is the key to a proper survey.
Bananas in original cartons, packaging is of the utmost importance for produce of this delicate nature.
Quarterdeck Marine Surveyors use their years of experience to evaluate any degradation of coffees, teas and spices.
Our expertise with refrigerated containers, (REFERS) is very often called upon to analyze the cause of fruit, seafood, and vegetable degradation.
With Asparagus the temperature recording of 55 degrees F still on the container; evidence is box says cool to 36 degrees F.
Boxes of Squid that are marked to be shipped at 0 degrees F, but temperature tests revealed 27 degrees F and higher.
Advanced decay of produce shipped at the wrong temperature. Our knowledge of this type of produce from various countries makes the examination of shipping conditions and determination of when, how and weather conditions in the country of origin are invaluable.
Machinery and Various Bulk Shipments
Quarterdeck Marine Surveyors are often called upon to investigate damage to cargo from improper shipping conditions. Quarterdeck Marine Surveyors prefer to always be at the receiving site prior to unloading any cargos that are reported to have possible problems. Our analysis often reveals improper stabilization of heavy objects in containers for shipping.
Seals are checked against manifests to insure accuracy of shipping documents.
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Last Updated on - 08/08/2017