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#1 Yat Wong

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Posted 22 April 2013 - 08:05 AM

Hello,
I am going to do a devanning inspection for my company later this week. The stocks from overseas in the container will be transferred into outside cold storage warehouse. Anyone could give me some tips what I should pay attention to?
Thanks a lot.



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Posted 22 April 2013 - 05:16 PM

Hello,
I am going to do a devanning inspection for my company later this week. The stocks from overseas in the container will be transferred into outside cold storage warehouse. Anyone could give me some tips what I should pay attention to?
Thanks a lot.


Dear Yat Wong,

I assume it's food.

Not my direct field but I presume there are routine + specific regulatory requirements.

One general example I saw on Google -

Attached File  Import_health_standard_guide.pdf   489.97KB   17 downloads

Presumably temperature will be one key criterion. And time.

Rgds / Charles.C

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#3 azaam nafiz

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Posted 23 April 2013 - 07:09 AM

Hello,
I am going to do a devanning inspection for my company later this week. The stocks from overseas in the container will be transferred into outside cold storage warehouse. Anyone could give me some tips what I should pay attention to?
Thanks a lot.


  • Temperature
  • UTD
  • Stack height
  • random sampling of products - any signs of cold chain breakage
  • pest infestations
  • damaged/ broken cartons


#4 EveKaudze

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Posted 30 April 2013 - 04:59 PM

Hello,
I am going to do a devanning inspection for my company later this week. The stocks from overseas in the container will be transferred into outside cold storage warehouse. Anyone could give me some tips what I should pay attention to?
Thanks a lot.


Include date and time of inspection.


Obtain temperature recorder, on your report note what the temperature was during the travel and if there were any temperature breaks.

Include when it arrived to the port and when you were able to inspect

the container number

Count how many pallets and packages, it needs to match the BOL

Take note of any "Lot #s" on packaging if any

Randomn inspection of at least 10% of the product, be sure it include every lot if more than one.

Note the condition of packaging, the name of the packaging too. Include all if more than on.

Note the temperature of product during inspection

If there are issues with product be sure to you the correct terms when reporting.


That is all I can think of from the top of my head, hope it helps.

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