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Hazcheck Systems and IMDG Code e-learning from Exis Technologies are used by 80% of the container lines and by feeder lines, ferry operators and ports worldwide. Here we highlight some customer applications.
Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has implemented IMDG Code e-learning for its global IMDG Code training program. 21,000 staff have been trained during 2017 with more to follow in 2018.
Eucon Shipping and Transport Ltd. is part of the Container & Terminal division of the IRISH CONTINENTAL GROUP, Ireland’s largest shipping company. Eucon use Hazcheck Web Service the web API version of Hazcheck Toolkits as part of their Softpak cargo management system.
In 2016 E-Dea integrated Exis Technologies' Hazcheck Web Service dangerous goods compliance functionality into the latest version of their software platform for ferries, cruise and RoRo companies.
Samskip is a global logistics company offering transport and related services by land, sea, rail and air. They have been purchasing IMDG Code e-learning courses for general awareness training since 2010.
Locus Software has been a leading provider of cloud-based ERP and collaboration solutions for the liner shipping industry since 2009. Since 2015, the company has been offering Exis Technologies' Hazcheck Toolkits dangerous goods data packages and routines in their Locus Odyssey ERP platform.
Johnston Logistics is a pan European logistics provider operating from 7 sites in Ireland. Operating since 1979, they now have a partnership with Dachser GmbH. They have been using Hazcheck Online for their IMDG Code compliance checking since 2011.
Atlantic Container Line have been using IMDG Code e-learning to train staff in the North American and European offices since 2011.
In line with its high operating standards, BTL uses Hazcheck Professional to control dangerous goods on sailings and in acceptance procedures.
British Antarctic Survey use Hazcheck Workstation to check classification and packaging and to produce documentation for dangerous goods on board their supply vessels.
Brittany Ferries implemented IMDG Code e-learning to reduce their IMDG Code training costs. After implementing it throughout UK ports, their operational staff have successfully completed it.
China Shipping (UK) Agency has been using IMDG Code e-learning since 2009 for IMDG Code training on both Amendment 34-08 and Amendment 35-10 provisions. They have recently purchased Amdt 36-12 refresher courses for Amdt 35-10 students, and general awareness and function specific courses for new students.
DFDS is one of three RORO companies operating out of the Port of Dover in the UK, Europe's largest passenger port. DFDS has been using Hazcheck Professional since 2011 when they acquired Norfolkline, who had used it previously from 2007. The Denmark operations of DFDS use Hazcheck Toolkits in their own in-house system.
DHL's international network links more than 220 countries and territories worldwide. Hazcheck is used by DHL offices in the UK and Europe. One DHL office in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk has been using Hazcheck Systems since 2008.
Consolidating shipments into container loads is an exacting business, especially with the complex stowage and segregation requirements of dangerous goods. This policy of driving innovative IT solutions led Ecu Worldwide to adopt Hazcheck Gateway and for DG acceptance, consolidation and management in global operations.
“K” Line use Hazcheck Gateway for their booking operations, enabling their offices to log into the system from all over the world. “K” Line also use IMDG Code e-learning for their shore side staff training.
P&O has grown over 40 years to its current operations level and for half that time has used Hazcheck systems in its computerised cargo acceptance and management. P&O was the first to introduce computerised IMDG Code checking at the busy check-in desks at Dover.
Red Funnel carries 3.2 million passengers and 700,000 vehicles on its year-round services between Southampton and East & West Cowes on the Isle of Wight. They have been using Hazcheck Workstation to check the dangerous goods that are carried on their ferries since 2006 and purchased IMDG Code e-learning training courses in early 2014.
RST’s technology policy extends to delivering effective computer-based training and for DG training they implemented IMDG Code e-learning: general awareness for management and function-specific for operations staff.
Freight-only services with limited passengers are especially useful for customers shipping dangerous goods. Seatruck supports this sector with Hazcheck Professional state of the art DG management.
Stena demands maximum efficiency and safety across its activities, so when building the IT system supporting its freight operations the company selected Hazcheck Toolkits for the database of IMDG Code regulated cargoes behind its booking procedures.
UASC selected the Hazcheck Enterprise DG cargo management system in conjunction with Hazcheck Gateway internet DG booking portal. Together these leading systems support UASC's global operations and ensure continuous regulatory compliance, efficient cargo processing and operational safety.
Yang Ming Marine Transport Corporation offers scheduled container transportation service across Asia, Europe, America, and Australia. They operate a fleet of 98 vessels with a 6-million-D.W.T / operating capacity 590 thousand TEUs. Yang Ming use Hazcheck Gateway to check customer bookings for IMDG code compliance and Hazcheck Enterprise to Dangerous Goods requests received from partner lines for shipment on Yang Ming vessels.