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0812-701-5790 (Telkomsel) Marine Surveyor PT.Binaga Ocean Surveyor (BOS)

0812-701-5790 (Telkomsel) Marine Surveyor PT.Binaga Ocean Surveyor (BOS)
Marine Surveyor

Cargo Damaged Survey Fruits Orange

Cargo Damaged Survey Fruits Orange

In compliance with the request from Messrs., Intracon Far East Pte Ltd, Singapore, reference to their email message dated July 07, 2011 the assigned Marine Surveyor Indonesia did attend on July 08, 2011 at Komplek Pergudangan Benda Permai, Tangerang in order to carry out a “CARGO DAMAGE SURVEY” on the alleged damaged 1x40' RC#BMOU 9753630 stc 21 pallets clementines ex M/V MOL DIRECTION, voy. 9905B - Transit from Cape Town to Jakarta - Shipper: Favourite Fresh Exports / Consignee: PT Jaka Marintama in the container.

Easy Peelers Clementines of Five (5) counts were in 60’s , 75’s, 90’s, 105’s and 120’s.
The container contain with 2,132 ( Two Thousand One Hundred And Thirty Two) cartons of Easy
Peelers Clementines were stuffed into 1 x 40 FT. HC. Reefer Container No. BMOU 9753630 and  shipped onboard the vessel, M.V. “MOL DIRECTION” Voyage 9905B at Cape Town, Africa and bound for Indonesia.
 
Cargo Damaged Survey Fruits Orange
Cargo Damaged Survey Fruits Orange
   
520 cartons box with marking FAVOURITE from supplier NOORDHOEK and 1,612 cartons box with marking CEDAR from supplier CEDARPACK.

Inspection limited to retained 1,148 cartons box consist of 141 cartons box with marking FAVOURITE, 1,007 cartons box with marking CEDAR and another 984 cartons box distributed to retailer prior our attendance.
                            
Inspection of Easy Peelers Clementines of Three (3) counts were conducted and noted that the oranges were exposed and infected with diseases mentioned as Sour Rot, Green Mould Rot and Rhizopus Rot due to soil diseases.  Creasing and puffy disorder were due to old produces/aging and Rind pitting and stem end pitting were due to the produces exposed to a low/cold temperature of (-) 0.5 Deg. C against the standard recommended optimum transit temperature of (+) 4.0 Deg. C.

Based on our findings at the time and place of inspection, we are of the opinion that the damage to the consignment was due to preshipment nature and disorder as mentioned above due to diseases.

Mostly the cargoes from CEDARPACK suppliers in sound condition.

   CARGO PARTICULARS
§    Bill of Lading No.             :    MOLU27400357091
§    Description of Goods        :    Easy Peelers Clementines
§    Quantity                         :    2,132 Cartons 
§    Container No.                  :    BMOU 9753630 of 40’
§    Shippers                         :    LEE-ANNS GAMES CC
                                                     1 KILLARNEV CUMNOR AVE
                                                     KENILWORTH 7800
                                                     CAPE TOWN
                                                     SOUTH AFRICA
§    Consignee                      :    PT. JAKA MARINTAMA
                                                     RUKO SUNTER NIRWANA ASRI
                                                     JL. SUNTER PARADISE 23
                                                     BLOK J-1 NO. 16
                                                     JAKARTA UTARA – INDONESIA

§    Notify party                    :    PT. JAKA MARINTAMA
                                                     RUKO SUNTER NIRWANA ASRI
                                                     JL. SUNTER PARADISE 23
                                                     BLOK J-1 NO. 16
                                                     JAKARTA UTARA – INDONESIA
  • Name of Vessel                                                        :         MV. MOL DIRECTION VOY.9905B
  • MOL Number                                                           :         002497303
  • Booking Number                                             :         27400357091-A
  • Port of Loading                                                        :         CAPE TOWN, AFRICA
  • Port of Discharge                                            :         JAKARTA, INDONESIA
  • Packing Observed                                           :         Oranges Packed in Carton Box and Palletized

Attending parties who attend during survey for Cargo Damage is  Mr. Junardi Wigimin as 
Representative of PT. Sinar Harapan Baru and Mr. Erwanto Tjandra as Staff of Warehouse as 
representative of the consignee PT. Sinar Harapan Baru 

      Survey was carried out on July 08, 2011 from 11.45 up to 16.00 hrs LT at the consignee’s warehouse, PT. Sinar Harapan Baru , Pergudangan Bandara Benda Permai Blok E/3 Jl. Raya Prancis Kav 68, Dadap, Tangerang, Banten – Indonesia.
Based on the obtained information from the personnel of PT. Sinar Harapan Baru, we noted as follows :
§  On July 05, 2011 the container No. BMOU 9753630 was discharged from MV. MOL DIRECTION to the container yard of Jakarta International Container Terminal.
§  On July 05, 2011 at 19.00 hours LT, the container departed from the container yard to the consignee’s warehouse.
§  On July 05, 2011 at 23.00 hours LT the container arrived at the warehouse of PT. Sinar Harapan Baru, Dadap - Tangerang.
§  On July 06, 2011 from 08.30 up to 14.00 hours LT unstuffing the cargoes from the container at the warehouse of PT. Sinar Harapan Baru, Dadap - Tangerang.
§  On July 08, 2011 from 11.45 hrs up to 16.00 hours LT survey was conduct and the inspection limited to retained 1,148 cartons box and another 984 cartons box distributed to retailer prior our attendance without complaint, the container contain with 2,132 cartons box separated with 2 (two) marking FAVOURITE and CEDAR.

-       Having perused the available documents and information received, we were given to know that the cargo was shipped on board MV. MOL DIRECTION on June 06, 2011, in Café Town Loading Port. 
-       The cargo was kept in the container BMOU 9753630, from the commencement of shipping at loading port up to unloading at PT. Sinar Harapan Baru, Dadap, Tangerang, for about 30 days with temperature – 0.5 º Celsius.
-       The container contain with 2,132 ( Two Thousand One Hundred And Thirty Two) cartons of Easy Peelers Clementines were stuffed into 1 x 40 FT. HC. Reefer Container No. BMOU 9753630 and shipped onboard the vessel, M.V. “MOL DIRECTION” Voyage 9905B at Cape Town, Africa and bound for Indonesia.
-       520 cartons box with marking FAVOURITE from supplier NOORDHOEK and 1,612 cartons box with marking CEDAR from supplier CEDARPACK.
-       Our inspection limited to retained 1,148 cartons box consist of 141 cartons box with marking FAVOURITE, 1,007 cartons box with marking CEDAR and another 984 cartons box distributed to retailer prior our attendance without complaint
-       The cargoes from CEDARPACK suppliers almost in sound condition.




§  Easy Peelers Clementines of Five (5) counts were in 60’s , 75’s, 90’s, 105’s and 120’s.

§  Inspection of Easy Peelers Clementines of Three (3) counts were conducted with the following observations noted:

§  Marking FAVOURITE of 75’s counts
Cartons Inspected
75’s
Total Pieces
Sour Rot
Green Mould Rot
Rhizopus Rot
Creasing
Puffy Disorder
Rind Pitting and Stem end Breakdown
Sound
5
375
31
39
61
244

§  Marking CEDAR of 120’s counts
Cartons Inspected
120’s
Total Pieces
Sour Rot
Green Mould Rot
Rhizopus Rot
Creasing
Puffy Disorder
Rind Pitting and Stem end Breakdown
Sound
5
600
10
8
6
576

§  Marking CEDAR of 105’s counts
Cartons Inspected
105’s
Total Pieces
Sour Rot
Green Mould Rot
Rhizopus Rot
Creasing
Puffy Disorder
Rind Pitting and Stem end Breakdown
Sound
5
525
12
15
2
496

§  Based on the abovementioned observation, we noted that the oranges were exposed and infected with diseases mentioned as Sour Rot, Green Mould Rot and Rhizopus Rot due to soil diseases.  Creasing and puffy disorder were due to old produces/aging and Rind pitting and stem end pitting were due to the produces exposed to a low/cold temperature of (-) 0.5 Deg. C against the standard recommended optimum transit temperature of (+) 4.0 Deg. C.
§  Based on our findings at the time and place of inspection, we are of the opinion that the damage to the consignment was due to preshipment nature and disorder as mentioned above due to diseases.
§  Container based on the cargo outturn, pulp temperature taken, supply and return air suggested that the container was in good order and condition during transit.

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