STATE OF THE ART INTERMODAL SHIPPING CONTAINER TESTING FACILITY
SEA BOX’S COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE CONTINUES TO EXCEED ITS OWN COMMITMENT TO QUALITY IN DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING.
Located at Sea Box’s international headquarters in East Riverton, NJ is a 5,000 square foot shipping container testing facility. This state of the art facility is one of a very small number of testing centers in the United States. It houses various pieces of sophisticated equipment to test the design and structural integrity requirements of CSC certification.
CSC is an abbreviation for the International Convention for Safe Containers. The purpose of CSC is to ensure that containers are safe and built with consistency. The convention incorporates a series of design requirements. This includes verifying the precise dimensioning of corners to ensure that standardized equipment for moving, lifting, and transporting containers can be used. Additionally, it validates functionality standards and weather tightness by measuring the capacity, weight, and resistance to the extraordinary forces that containers receive while in transit – especially at sea. The purpose of the convention is to ensure that containers are safe and built with consistency.
Shipping containers and containerized shelters that are going to journey between multiple countries using various modes of transportation need to have a CSC Certificate indicating it passed the proper testing. Upon certification a CSC metal plate is affixed to the container’s exterior attesting to its approved status.
An independent United State Coast Guard approved classification society witnesses and certifies all testing. This facility is open to any organization requiring testing of their ISO Shipping containers.
If you are interested in CSC certification please contact David Wall of CCT – firstname.lastname@example.org