Frequently, the personnel involved in cargo surveys, cargo claims in shipping and insurance companies, maritime law firms and those working in logistics associated to maritime transportation, do not receive during their professional training detailed information regarding the transportation of foods whether refrigerated, frozen or as dry cargo. To obtain the best results, these professionals require good understanding and appreciation of the procedures and problems involved in the marine transport of foods.
Usually, the basic knowledge in food transportation is acquired in the long term with the experience gained in the various cases attended, sometimes at the cost of errors and omissions. Field experience is usually gained day by day in the practice of the profession. Many companies are not inclined to assume the training and updating their personnel due to its elevated cost or mainly, because they lack the internal human resources and time to carry them out. For this reason, Cargo Inspection Service has designed a series of training courses to overcome these deficiencies and contribute to the training and updating of these personnel at reduced costs.
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