Innovations in cargo securing

In the spotlight:
Smartcone SC-1 and Smartlock SL-1

Smart solutions in cargo securing
  • Full automatic locking and unlocking by smart shape
  • Less Port-Time by immediate start of container operation
  • One piece design – Fast and easy handling
  • No movable parts, No spare parts, No maintenance, No greasing

Please click here for details, documentation and a video presentation


Refer also to the attached lastest Lloyd’s Register statement regarding the advantage of Fully-Automatic Locks.

 Pages 12-15 from Horizons_September 2015.pdf

Securing and Lashing Systems for
Container and RoRo Shipping

German Lashing's product spectrum is ready to cover all customer needs in the field of container securing and RoRo lashing. The certified own production centre and a highly experienced team ensure the unrivalled quality level, covering specification, design, manufacturing and forwarding to the final destination at the customer.

Beside standard systems, German Lashing can offer expert solutions for individual customer applications. The approval of any classification society can be provided for all products. German Lashing's product range is backed up with a Worldwide After-sales Service, well-trimmed service packages and training programs.

27.07.2020

The TS KOBE (1,096 TEU) is delivered

TS Lines has received the 1,096 TEU TS KOBE built in Japan by Kyokuyo Shipyard. She joins the JTK service of TS Lines, which connects Japan ...

15.06.2020

The HMM OSLO (23,792 TEU) is delivered

HMM has received the 23,792 TEU megamax container vessel HMM OSLO from Samsung Heavy Industries, first unit in a series of five ...

28.04.2020

The world largest container ship HMM ...

HMM has received the 23,924 TEU megamax container vessel HMM ALGECIRAS from Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering), first unit in a ...

03.01.2020

The CMA CGM KOUROU (2,200 TEU) is delivered

CMA CGM has received the 2,200 TEU CMA CGM KOUROU from Jiangsu Newyangzijiang Shipbuilding first of three ships ordered from this shipyard.