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R.J. DEL PAN & CO., INC.
501 Don Alfonso Condominium
U.N. Avenue corner Guerrero St.
Ermita, Manila, Philippines
P.O. Box.3382 Manila
632) 5220066
(632) 5210178
(632) 5210180
(632) 5210367
(632) 3380682



Bulk Cargo Specialists and Superintendents


The coordination of surveys for bulk liquid or dry cargo involves loss investigation, loss prevention and the monitoring of commodity movement from source to various port terminals and vice versa. We survey vegetable oils, petroleum products, minerals, ores, sugar, molasses, chemicals, fertilizers, cement, grain, meals, pellets, etc. As cargo superintendents, R. J. DEL PAN & CO., INC. fields competent, experienced, and qualified technicians who see to the proper stowage, tally, weighing, scale testing, sampling and draft surveys of all types of bulk cargo.



* Approved Weighers and Samplers by the National Institute of Oilseed Products of U.S.A.

* Approved Member Superintendents of the Federation of Oils, Seed and Fats Association, London.

Cargo Surveyors

General cargo survey involves the inspection and measurement or weighing of packaged cargo with follow up surveys on lighters and warehouses. This service covers damage to all types in cargo, its nature, extent and cause; including the fitness of the packing for sea carriage and the drawing of samples when required.

Marine Surveyors

Our staff conducts marine surveys for vessel on/off-hire, cargo tank cleanliness/tightness, bunker surveys, technical fitness and general average surveys. As representatives for the vessel's owner, shipper, cargo consignee, underwriter, P & I Club or classification society, R. J. DEL PAN & CO., INC. surveys and reports on the nature and extent of marine casualties. We also conduct hydrographic surveys at terminals, ports and approaches.


 

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