CARGO HANDLING & SECURITY

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Lifting 40 ft container uneven load

Lifting 40 ft container uneven load

When lifting a 40ft container with an uneven load using a quay crane, there are a few factors to consider. Quay cranes typically use various types of lifting slings, and the choice of sling will depend on the specific circumstances and requirements of the lift. Here...

Shore power to mitigate climate change

Shore power to mitigate climate change

More than three years ago, we could notice that shore power, one of the most critical actions ports could take to mitigate climate change, had enormous potential. So, as TEC Container, we jumped into the field, and our engineers started developing our own solution....

What is container lashing

What is container lashing

Shipping goods across the ocean is a vital part of global trade. Cargo containers are an efficient way to transport large quantities of goods, but they must be secured with properly lashing equipment to prevent damage or loss during transport. What is container...

3D printing parts for commercial ships

3D printing parts for commercial ships

3D printing has come a long way in recent years, and its applications in the commercial shipping industry are growing rapidly. In this article, we will explore the ways in which 3D printing is being used to create parts for boats and vessels, handling equipment and...