Chikko advances the warehouse facilities which have a multi-purpose and many functions. We are equipping automated vertical warehouses and rack systems to respond to small lot/high mix storage and dispatch, temperature controlled warehouses, special dangerous objects warehouses, and various other storage needs.
Chikko also handles specialty storage, such as temporary storage and shipping of tank containers of dangerous objects, segmentation and transference distribution, tank container heating, truck loading, and empty drum storage.
At each of our storage facilities you'll find costoms specialists by the government in handling dangerous objects and poisons, and staff certified in storing, shipping, and loading high-pressure gasses, flammables, pyrophoric items, and other dangerous objects. Personnel with the specialized knowledge necessary for dangerous objects are in charge of our operations.
Chikko has established ten offices and customs clearance offices to cover all six of Japan's major ports. They all work closely with bonded warehouses and other storage facilities to offer speedy solutions.
All storage facilities are in areas directly connected to the nearest port, allowing us to provide our customers with ideal solutions through streamlined and efficient port transport and storage.
We also have an office in Shanghai to handle distribution in China.
- Cargo Arrives
- Receipt in Warehouse
Customer products are managed in our product database. Products will be determined if they fall under the Fire Prevention Law upon receipt.
Warehouse Cargo Receipt Slip /Label
The slip is attached to identify cargo and identify dangerous objects and regular items.
- Cargo Storage
- Storage location in our warehouse depends on classification under the Fire Prevention Law.
- Dispatch Instructions
- Cargo Consolidation
- Packing, Marking, and Labeling
Labels for Dangerous Objects
When shipping dangerous objects overseas, it is necessary to display a label (IMO label), UN product name, and UN number (4 digit) appropriate to the class of the dangerous objects.
- Container Lading
- When lading dangerous objects into the container, they are tied (lashed) so there is no risk of them shifting, tipping, bumping, scraping, or leaking.
- For Cargo Needing a Lading Inspection
- Cargo defined as highly dangerous by regulations on dangerous objects, such as high pressure gas, flammable items with an ignition point of under 23°C, and organic peroxides, are inspected by Nippon Kaiji Kentei Kyokai, which is accredited by MLIT, and issued a certificate of inspection.
- Cargo Discharge
- According to maritime law (regulations on dangerous objects), dangerous goods must be affixed with the prescribed label and tied (lashed) to the container so that they do not tip over or suffer damage. They must also undergo a lading inspection depending on their level of danger.