Container lashing and securing seminar in Rotterdam

Taking place in Rotterdam on 10 December, this practical one-day seminar will explore what the industry can do to reduce the risks and inefficiencies associated with container lashing and securing today both at sea and at the ship-to-shore interface.
An alarmingly high number of these are caused by failing twistlocks and deck fittings, along with poor stowage and inaccurate container weights. What can the industry as a whole do to tackle this problem?
ICHCA, International Cargo Handling Coordination Association, is bringing all interested parties together at a practical one-day seminar on 10 December in Rotterdam, with talks by an expert line-up of speakers from Lloyds Register, Bromma Conquip, German Lashing, MARIN and many more.
Breakout work-groups will provide a chance to discuss, among other topics, forthcoming amendments to the IMO’s Code for Safe Practice for Cargo Storage and Securing. The seminar also includes a live study tour in ECT’s Delta facility, the world’s first automated container terminal.