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At Peel Ports Logistics we provide a range of services to enable you to deliver your cargoes across our ports.

We can provide a ‘One-Stop-Shop’ solution for your logistics needs – no matter how big or small. This combined with our wealth of experience and expertise, adds real value to your existing supply chain solutions, as well as helping you to develop new ones

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We are efficient and reliable and are a vital link in an expert logistics chain that sees us working closely together with our customers, getting to know them inside-out and surpassing their expectations.

We have a wealth of experience and our expertise will be able to add real value to your existing supply chain solutions, as well as help you to develop new ones.

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Learn more about the services and solutions offered by Peel Ports Logistics

SOLAS Container Weighing

From July 2016, an amendment to the SOLAS Convention will require every loaded export container ship to have its weight verified before it’s loaded on to a ship.

With all containers converging on ports to be loaded on ships, terminals have been suggested as the most logical point in the supply chain to weigh boxes. Port of Liverpool has undertaken a lengthy consultation process with the Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA) and its customers to develop a system that will help avoid potential export disruption for exporters. The Port of Liverpool will have the ability to weigh all containers as pert of an in-process weighing scheme, which will not impact on productivity.

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SOLAS Container Weighing

From July 2016, an amendment to the SOLAS Convention will require every loaded export container ship to have its weight verified before it’s loaded on to a ship.

With all containers converging on ports to be loaded on ships, terminals have been suggested as the most logical point in the supply chain to weigh boxes. Port of Liverpool has undertaken a lengthy consultation process with the Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA) and its customers to develop a system that will help avoid potential export disruption for exporters. The Port of Liverpool will have the ability to weigh all containers as pert of an in-process weighing scheme, which will not impact on productivity.

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SOLAS Container Weighing

From July 2016, an amendment to the SOLAS Convention will require every loaded export container ship to have its weight verified before it’s loaded on to a ship.

With all containers converging on ports to be loaded on ships, terminals have been suggested as the most logical point in the supply chain to weigh boxes. Port of Liverpool has undertaken a lengthy consultation process with the Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA) and its customers to develop a system that will help avoid potential export disruption for exporters. The Port of Liverpool will have the ability to weigh all containers as pert of an in-process weighing scheme, which will not impact on productivity.

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SOLAS Container Weighing

From July 2016, an amendment to the SOLAS Convention will require every loaded export container ship to have its weight verified before it’s loaded on to a ship.

With all containers converging on ports to be loaded on ships, terminals have been suggested as the most logical point in the supply chain to weigh boxes. Port of Liverpool has undertaken a lengthy consultation process with the Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA) and its customers to develop a system that will help avoid potential export disruption for exporters. The Port of Liverpool will have the ability to weigh all containers as pert of an in-process weighing scheme, which will not impact on productivity.

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SOLAS Container Weighing

From July 2016, an amendment to the SOLAS Convention will require every loaded export container ship to have its weight verified before it’s loaded on to a ship.

With all containers converging on ports to be loaded on ships, terminals have been suggested as the most logical point in the supply chain to weigh boxes. Port of Liverpool has undertaken a lengthy consultation process with the Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA) and its customers to develop a system that will help avoid potential export disruption for exporters. The Port of Liverpool will have the ability to weigh all containers as pert of an in-process weighing scheme, which will not impact on productivity.

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SOLAS Container Weighing

From July 2016, an amendment to the SOLAS Convention will require every loaded export container ship to have its weight verified before it’s loaded on to a ship.

With all containers converging on ports to be loaded on ships, terminals have been suggested as the most logical point in the supply chain to weigh boxes. Port of Liverpool has undertaken a lengthy consultation process with the Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA) and its customers to develop a system that will help avoid potential export disruption for exporters. The Port of Liverpool will have the ability to weigh all containers as pert of an in-process weighing scheme, which will not impact on productivity.

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SOLAS Container Weighing

From July 2016, an amendment to the SOLAS Convention will require every loaded export container ship to have its weight verified before it’s loaded on to a ship.

With all containers converging on ports to be loaded on ships, terminals have been suggested as the most logical point in the supply chain to weigh boxes. Port of Liverpool has undertaken a lengthy consultation process with the Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA) and its customers to develop a system that will help avoid potential export disruption for exporters. The Port of Liverpool will have the ability to weigh all containers as pert of an in-process weighing scheme, which will not impact on productivity.

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SOLAS Container Weighing

From July 2016, an amendment to the SOLAS Convention will require every loaded export container ship to have its weight verified before it’s loaded on to a ship.

With all containers converging on ports to be loaded on ships, terminals have been suggested as the most logical point in the supply chain to weigh boxes. Port of Liverpool has undertaken a lengthy consultation process with the Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA) and its customers to develop a system that will help avoid potential export disruption for exporters. The Port of Liverpool will have the ability to weigh all containers as pert of an in-process weighing scheme, which will not impact on productivity.

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SOLAS Container Weighing

From July 2016, an amendment to the SOLAS Convention will require every loaded export container ship to have its weight verified before it’s loaded on to a ship.

With all containers converging on ports to be loaded on ships, terminals have been suggested as the most logical point in the supply chain to weigh boxes. Port of Liverpool has undertaken a lengthy consultation process with the Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA) and its customers to develop a system that will help avoid potential export disruption for exporters. The Port of Liverpool will have the ability to weigh all containers as pert of an in-process weighing scheme, which will not impact on productivity.

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