CONTAINER SERVICES
» Container Loading, Unloading, Shifting Services
» Container Terminal Services
» CFS Services (Container Stuffing, Unstuffing, Inspection/Sampling, Full Inspection
» Reefer Container Services
» Hazardous Container Services
» Container Lashing Services
Container Loading / Unloading Service
“Loading” consists of moving full or empty containers from a pier, the terminal area, CFS, or a truck onto a vessel that has arrived and is docked at Asyaport. “Unloading” consists of moving full or empty containers from a vessel directly onto a truck and taking them to the terminal area or CFS station.
Container Shifting Services
“Onboard shifting” consists of moving a full or empty container from one location aboard a vessel to another on the same vessel. “Vessel/alongside/vessel shifting” consists of unloading a container from a vessel onto the dock alongside and loading it back onto the same vessel again at another time.
Container Stuffing / Unstuffing Services
At the request of owners or of customs authorities, containers arriving at the port may be transferred to the CFS station and unstuffed and the contents will be turned over to their owners or placed in storage. “Container Stuffing” services consist of the opposite: goods taken into the warehouse area for exportation will be packed into containers after which their doors will be closed.
Reefer Container Services
The port will supply electricity against a charge for containers that require it both inside and outside the port area. The port maintains a supply of electricity sufficient to meet such needs and it is obliged to provide such electricity when requested by the owner of the goods or container.
Hazardous Container Services
Cargoes that qualify as “hazardous materials” or “dangerous goods” will be admitted to the port area only with the written approval of the harbormaster and appropriate public authorities and by the port’s consent.
No containers with any IMDG Class 1 (explosives) or IMDG Class 7 (radioactive materials) contents will be admitted to or retained or stored within the port area; nor may they be unloaded from vessels; nor will they be handled in any way by the port, including but not limited to placing them under tackle prior to loading aboard ship.
The port is authorized to require owners to supply all documentation that will assist in correctly classifying hazardous materials.
Containers with hazardous goods in them are segregated in reserved areas. For this reason, incoming containers whose contents are classified as “hazardous” will be sent directly to such areas and measures will be taken by the port as may be necessary to ensure this.
Lashing - Unlashing Services
“Lashing” consists of securing a container loaded aboard a vessel in place in line with the captain’s wishes by means of bars, bridges, or rods. “Unlashing” consists of the removal of such stabilizing restraints.
IMDG CODE – 1 – ve IMDG CODE – 7 – muhteviyatına sahip yüklerin taşındığı konteynerler işletme rıhtım ve sahalarına kabul edilmez, saklanamaz, stoklanamaz, gemilerden indirilmez veya gemilere yüklenmek üzere supalanda dahi olsa işletme tarafından elleçlenemez.