ELO is a company acting with surveys and consultancy for any kind of transportation. We have skilled professionals with more than 15 years of experience on naval area, specialists in logistics and damage surveyors duly certified.
In Recife, ELO can perform your services of maritime and aerial surveys on any port or airport in Brazilian Northeast Region, keeping partnerships with shipowners, importation & exportation companies, port operators, port terminals, cargo & freight agents and damage surveyors.
WHERE ARE WE – Main ports and airports of Brazilian Northeast Region
LOADING AND DISCHARGING SURVEYS ON MARITIME, AERIAL AND LAND TRANSPORTATION
We will follow up and monitor how the cargo handling and movement are being performed, aiming to avoid any damages, keeping the customer confident and calm.
DAMAGE SURVEY AND REPORTS
Comprehensive reports informing how the survey proceeded. In case the cargo have suffered any damage, we will issue a technical report, determining the whole extension of the damages.
LASHING OF SPECIAL CARGOES
We check the lashing and stowage of the cargoes in containers or any other transportation mode to be used, avoiding possible damages during the displacement.
MARITIME, AERIAL AND LAND LOGISTICS SUPPORT
We receive the cargo, from the desired site until its final destination, offering logistic support, showing therefore reliability on our services.
CARGO CONSOLIDATION/ DECONSOLIDATION SURVEY
We will follow up the cargoes consolidation and deconsolidation processes on containers, granting their integrity, as well as numeration of their respective seals resulting from the services performed.
We will structurally survey the containers to check if they are in proper conditions for stowing the cargo, as well as check if they are in accordance with the container inspecting criteria.
We will inspect vessel’s general conditions, such as: hull, holds, decks, engine room, bridge and salvage equipment, fulfilling insurance companies and charterers criteria.
SOUNDING ON TANKER VESSELS
Reports determining how much cargo exists on each tank of the vessel.
Method to determine the total amount of cargo loaded to or discharged from the vessel, by reading the draft lines and measurement of all weight onboard, through calculations using vessel’s hydrostatic tables.