Strainstall recognise that the safety and efficiency of operations is critical to our customers, which is why we provide services and solutions that are tailored to meet their specific needs. Our quick release mooring hooks and DockAlertTM system ensure safe and reliable operations, as well as providing asset protection in the event of any possible incidents.
The container weight system (CWS)TM by Strainstall is available in numerous configurations. Integrating our proven load monitoring technology onto container handling equipment, CWSTM provides a fast and easy retrofit solution that delivers accurate weight verification.
Developed in response to the changes in the International Marine Organisations (IMO) SOLAS regulations, CWSTM has achieved EU-type approval, providing a fully compliant system and a workable solution for ports and terminals across the world.
Using our extensive knowledge and expertise in load measurement and data integration, Strainstall has developed a highly accurate solution that can be easily retrofitted into the existing port equipment for weighing the loaded containers as part of the regular lifting cycle at the terminals.
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The EU-type approved Container Weighing System (CWS)™ provides a fully SOLAS compliant verified gross mass (VGM) for container weights, as well as identifying eccentric loading conditions to support terminal operators …
Strainstall’s docking system, DockAlert™, protects vessel and jetty infrastructure by measuring distance and calculating vessel approach speed to ensure it remains within allowable limits for safe operations. DockAlert™ allows pilots …
Strainstall’s quick release mooring hooks provide safe mooring line release offering reliable operat on within the harshest of marine environments. Our quick release mooring hooks help to ensure safe operations as well as asset protection in the event of any incident. In oil and gas terminals, their use …
A meeting of Port State Control (PSC) secretaries and database managers at IMO headquarters in London has mooted doing away with a grading system for ship flag states and making more use of ship data
There are now less than six months remaining before the implementation of the amended Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) rules requiring that any container to be loaded onto a vessel to which these regulations apply, must have its gross mass determined in advance through weighing – there are no exceptions. While the onus is upon the shipper to fulfil this obligation, the most practical location at which weighing can take place is at the ports and terminals, where lifting is a part of the existing cargo handling process.
There are numerous candidate systems and technologies that are capable of delivering the required accuracy of measurement required under the new SOLAS regulations. Not all, however, are particularly practical in terms of their ability to operate as a part of the existing flow of cargo between consignor and recipient. This paper reviews the options available to ports with some of the considerations that port operators may take into account when making choices about how to provide a VGM service
Load measurement specialist Strainstall articulate in detail all the major issues ports and terminals have to be aware of with the impending container weighing regulations in 2016