Juno Project Cargo

Discharge/ Inspection

The final phase in the delivery process can be the most important.

Loading/Unloading

Cargo supervisors are always on-hand during loading at origin and discharge at destination port lending an extra set of eyes to assure all loads are inspected carefully. Monitoring of cargo handlers, confirmation of lifting points based on engineering guidelines, proper lashing and bracing will help assure your project cargo shipment is protected during its journey.


Comprehensive reporting during discharge

Experienced supervisors who can speak to the port authorities, longshoremen, and drivers are an extension of your project manager and act as lookouts for any transportation risks. At the end of this phase, a comprehensive report of loading or discharging operations is made available:

  • Proper lashing, security, and protection of cargo on and off the vessel
  • Inspection of cargo for proper labeling to ensure correct identification of freight
  • Inspection of all cargo for any damage or irregularities at port side
  • Center of gravity confirmation while off-loading on on-loading to trucks
  • Prioritization of crucial cargo
  • Driver communication and route confirmation
  • Schedule adjustments based on labor hours
  • Transfers to temporary warehousing locations, if needed
  • Command central and customer communication

“Experienced supervisors who can speak to the port authorities, longshoremen, and drivers are an extension of your project manager and act as lookouts for any transportation risks.”

Carrier Procurement Specialist