Cordstrap Cargo Monitoring Risk Reports
Reports are available on the top port to port shipping routes
Detailed route risk analysis is provided by combining Cordstrap’s port performance knowledge with historical route information from over 7.5 million global measurements within actual container shipments.
Each report provides an executive summary of the route plus a detailed analysis of the risks cargo is exposed to including shocks, door openings, humidity and temperature fluctuations and the impact to supply chains as a result of delays and disruptions.
Below are descriptions of the main risks cargo is subjected to plus the analysis and detail provided within the reports.
Shocks are an inherent part of cargo shipping, from moving the container from one modality to another to the impacts caused by rail, land, sea and air travel.
Cordstrap Risk Reports provide customers with the anticipated volume of shocks on a specific route, which is indicative to eventual physical cargo damage.
Many shippers aren’t aware of the number of times the container door is opened. While this is expected behavior in ports, it can have a significant impact on cargo, most notably moisture damage.
Repeated door openings can also be sign of security risks, a growing issue for many shippers. Cordstrap Risk Reports provide customers with the door opening risk level for the route, the average volume of door openings and where they happen.
Temperature and humidity
The risk to cargo caused by temperature and humidity can be devastating. Corrosion, mold, caking of powders and more can all be caused as a result of container rain.
Cordstrap Risk Reports advise of the level of risk to cargo on that route, the type of cargo damage and the time of year when it will happen.
Delays and disruption to cargo are often not factored into supply chains, but they can have a significant impact to your supply chain and your customers’.
Cordstrap Risk Reports advise of the level of risks to your supply chain on that route, the volume of delays on that route and the average delay time.