A simple powerpoint presentation detailing a chemical tanker’s progress from a water-white condition back to a water-white condition. May be used to demonstrate to new officers and crew the progression of a cargo from receiving loading orders to the final return of a tank to a water-white condition. It may also be used for the same reason, but to shore-based personnel.
Disputes regarding Chemical Products are most likely to concern off-specification claims of some sort. Cargo sampling in such cases is often vital in showing that the vessel delivered the same cargo as that loaded. This paper highlights the immediate actions to take with follow-up actions thereafter. Sampling Cargo Dispute 31.08.18
Published in March 2014, this Loss Prevention Briefing, provides simplistic general guidance on sampling for all liquid products. It serves as an overall, general reminder on sampling procedures. Liquid Cargo Sampling March 2014 LP Briefing.pdf
International Methanol Producers & Consumers Association Published in October 2104, this document is a proposal for specifications for ‘Standardisation of Methanol Sampling Methods’ or an ‘IMPCA Inspection Manual’ for use during surveying operations, with the intention that these sampling procedures shall contribute to more efficient logistical operations in the movement of methanol from the producer to the end user. The document contains sampling procedures for loading, discharging and transhipment along with recommendations on the bottles to be used, labelling etc,…
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