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Case Studies

Heavy Duty Securing

Cordstrap engineers out risk through expertise and safe, strong, complaint solutions

Shipping heavy break-bulk cargo on flat racks and onboard ships is a complex process:

  • Lead times can be tight.
  • Late or damaged goods increase costs and can damage relationships with customers. 
  • International regulations covering transport are complex and varied.
  • Certain securing methods require multiple operators, which increases costs, and can cause damage to cargo and injuries to operators.

Ensuring safety and compliance when protecting heavy machinery and equipment

Shipping machinery and equipment requires specialist knowledge to ensure this varied and often dynamic cargo is protected across multiple modalities and routes, in compliance with local and global regulations.

Cordstrap works with both manufacturers and export packers to ensure compliant cargo protection for every load.


Innovative solutions to protect green energy innovations

The acceleration of green energy solutions and innovations continues as economies strive to meet carbon goals. But despite this growth, the industry still relies on traditional securing methods, particularly chains, which are outdated, inefficient, cause uneven tension and often cause damage and injuries.


Palletizing, Unitizing and Bundling

Mitigating risks of the use of steel strapping in the operation and transportation of pipe bundles with a hexagonal shape

Safety is essential when shipping manufactured steel products. However, many manufacturers still use steel strapping to unitize their products despite the fact that it can cause injuries, damage to products and is less reliable than newer, more efficient alternatives.



Mitigating risk and optimizing operations for chemical goods manufacturers

Safety is essential when shipping chemical goods. However, many chemical manufacturers continue to use ineffective and unreliable load securing, such as wood bracing, or do not use any securing methods at all (often assuming that if the container is full the load is safe from movement). High turnover of staff can often mean a lack of awareness of safety standards and legislation for both the securement of hazardous and non-hazardous goods.


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