The Unique Seal
Single use security seals are numbered and perhaps barcoded too, to make capturing data easier and more accurate. The reason for numbering is to make every security seal unique and auditable. Firstly to the issuer, then to whom it is issued, the container it secures and finally the vehicle it was loaded onto. At the destination the seal number is matched to the manifest prior to being broken and the contents accessed. If the seal number fails to match the manifest then goods are either rejected back to the sender or the whole consignment secured by that seal must be audited and reconciled to the manifest.
All businesses, large or small, should always be on the look out for ways in which they can improve their operations; more efficiency, more profit. For those in the haulage industry, opportunities to improve efficiency are not necessarily easy to come by, often it can be factors outside of their control that can impact their bottom line. Fuel prices and emissions charges are just two examples of ways in which haulage companies can suffer, without the ability to do anything. However, they can quickly and easily streamline one aspect of their operations with SNAP Account.
We live in a dangerous world. Each year hundreds of thousands of tons of lethal hazardous materials are transported by air, sea, road and rail. The business of transporting freight around the world is vital to all economies and when that freight is of a hazardous nature, stringent rules must be understood and applied.
This event is the ideal forum for meeting and hearing from the leading experts about new regulations and how they will affect your business. Delegates will also get an insight into what changes are on the horizon. At the exhibition you will meet leading industry specialists who can provide assistance and answer questions for the best possible solutions to ship your hazardous products.
Workshop discussion about Monday morning vehicle non-starts can be a bit like Groundhog Day.
The stark reality is that there are oddly accepted and unnecessary battery-related costs that could be removed with proactive battery management. If workshop managers and owners want to reduce these needless battery related costs, and improve battery performance and vehicle reliability, it is worth looking at the workshop’s day-to-day battery management programmes.