Bengal Tiger Line
Taking its name from the Bay of Bengal where Bengal Tiger
Line (BTL) first established its origins as a Common
Feeder, the line now operates well beyond its Indian core sector
covering the Far East and the Arabian Gulf sectors.
BTL's philosophy is to deploy modern reliable tonnage with ample
capacity to cater for any seasonal fluctuations. With up to 40
scheduled vessels in the service fleet (including VSA arrangements)
sizes range from 650 to 2500 teu and the average age is less than
In line with its high operating standards, BTL uses Hazcheck
Professional to control dangerous goods on sailings and in
"The easy facilitation of checking DG details and final safe
acceptance via Hazcheck Professional provides a real comfort factor
as well as speeding up our efficiency to clients."
says BTL Operations Manager, Lester Choo.
Professional provides container line operators
with confirmation at the point of cargo booking that DG shipments
comply with the requirements of the IMDG Code. These checks are
executed in a fraction of the time required for manual searching in
the regulations and with maximum reliability and accuracy. Hazcheck
Professional then supports stowage and segregation on board and
produces the dangerous cargo manifest required by ports en