TRANSPORT FROM CITY TO INTERIOR FROM INTERIOR TO CITY
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TRANSPORT FROM CITY TO INTERIOR FROM INTERIOR TO CITY TRANSPORT INSPECTION
What is loaded on a truck from departure may not be the same goods as those unloaded at arrival.
Eyelander makes sure goods are verified during loading with all necessary information; this information is used during the discharging of the trucks by Eyelander inspectors to verify if the goods loaded at departure are the same goods discharged at arrival to the accurate location.

These services are carried out for Food Aide Program inspection and Coordination:
This verification is to assist and make sure the aid reaches their accurate destination.

 


The following inspection is offered to Aid Organisations
- Centralise Program Coordination
- Single office point of contact
- Expertise with aid program reporting requirements
- Vessel nominations and Vessel progress and status
- Remote monitoring and Remote certification

At the discharging of Food Aid vessels, Eyelander Inspectors inspect the following :
• Attend opening of cargo hatches
• Check containers for external damage
• Check containers for seal status
• Carry out accurate cargo tally
• Identify and report losses or damage
• Segregate and quantify damaged cargo
• Tally receipt of cargo into warehouse or to Final Receiver
• Monitor and Tally destuffing of containers
• Report on overall operation efficiency
• Monitor cargo reconstitution, salvage or destruction
• Reconcile Outturns
• Issue letter of protest, notice of claim
• Issue detailed and comprehensive report in required format
• Make sure aid reach destined destination with every incident reported

Surveyors are the 'eyes and ears' for food-aid agency clients. Eyelander inspectors ensure food aid cargo is delivered to the intended and final destination with minimal damage and loss, best practices are followed and protections of Rights of Recovery are preserved.

 
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