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New IICL 6 Inspection Criteria is set for Release

IICL Releases Revised Container Inspection Criteria for Dry Van Containers Washington, DC— The Institute of International Container Lessors (IICL) is pleased to announce that it has revised its current inspection criteria and processes for dry van containers, to be referred to as “IICL 6”, which will be implemented on a worldwide basis on IICL 6 is the result of work by the IICL Technical Committee (TC) to update and harmonize several inspection criteria and processes that had developed over recent years. Benefits of the IICL 6 standard include the simplification and efficiency improvement of procedures for container inspections performed at container depots around the world.

All current IICL container leasing member Services, SeaCube Containers, TAL International Container have endorsed and will follow the IICL 6 criteria beginning 1 August 2016. believe that the efficiency and effectiveness gains to be achieved by the revised criteria will be a tr benefit for container operations, inspection and repair throughout our industry.

The revisions to the criteria are posted in Technical Bulletin TB 013 for use in conjunction with the inspection tables in the current In Equipment Inspection - Fifth Edition - the IICL’s 2016 Worldwide Container Inspector Certification Examination that is scheduled on 15 October 2016.

The rollout of IICL 6 will include, training of container depot staff, review and refinement of depot practices to achieve proper implementation of the changes, development of a web based training video, and training of leasing company staff.

A new Inspection Manual is set for release in the Fall of 2016. This new guide (Guide for Container Equipment Inspection - Sixth Edition – IICL 6) will be a major upgrade and greatly assist the reader in understanding our inspection criteria and nuances for measurement.

Organized in 1971, the IICL is a trade association, representing lessors of maritime containers and intermodal chassis. Its member companies, Beacon Intermodal, CAI International, Direct ChassisLink, Flexi Florens Container Services, SeaCube Containers, TAL International, Textainer Equipment, TOUAX Container, TRAC Intermodal, and Triton Container own or manage a significant portion of the global leased container and U.S. chassis fleets.

The IICL is active in educational, technol issues. Complementing its widely accepted publications and annual inspector certification examinations, the IICL offers a wide range of educational training courses.

For more information, kindly contact the IICL at: 1 202 223 NW, SUITE 440, WASHINGTON, DC 20036-9800 FAX: 202 223-9810 WEBSITE: www.iicl.org

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IICL Releases Revised Container Inspection Criteria for Dry Van Containers The Institute of International Container Lessors (IICL) is pleased to announce that it has revised its current inspection criteria and processes for dry van containers, to be referred to as “IICL 6”, which will be implemented on a worldwide basis on 1 August 2016.

IICL 6 is the result of work by the IICL Technical Committee (TC) to update and harmonize several inspection criteria and processes that had developed over recent years. Benefits of the IICL 6 standard include the provement of procedures for container inspections performed at container depots member companies, Beacon Intermodal, CAI International, Florens Container Services, SeaCube Containers, TAL International, Textainer Equipment, TOUAX Container, and Triton Container have endorsed and will follow the IICL 6 criteria beginning 1 August 2016. The IICL members believe that the efficiency and effectiveness gains to be achieved by the revised criteria will be a tr benefit for container operations, inspection and repair throughout our industry.

The revisions to the criteria are posted in Technical Bulletin TB 013 IICL 6 Inspection Criteria for use in conjunction with the inspection tables in the current Inspection Manual (Guide for Container IICL 5). In addition, questions on the revised criteria will be included in the IICL’s 2016 Worldwide Container Inspector Certification Examination that is scheduled on 15 October The rollout of IICL 6 will include, training of container depot staff, review and refinement of depot practices to achieve proper implementation of the changes, development of a web based training video, and training of new Inspection Manual is set for release in the Fall of 2016. This new guide (Guide for Container Equipment IICL 6) will be a major upgrade and greatly assist the reader in understanding our measurement.

Organized in 1971, the IICL is a trade association, representing lessors of maritime containers and intermodal chassis. Its member companies, Beacon Intermodal, CAI International, Direct ChassisLink, Flexi ces, SeaCube Containers, TAL International, Textainer Equipment, TOUAX Container, TRAC Intermodal, and Triton Container own or manage a significant portion of the global leased container and The IICL is active in educational, technological, safety, environmental, governmental, regulatory, and security issues. Complementing its widely accepted publications and annual inspector certification examinations, the IICL offers a wide range of educational training courses. on, kindly contact the IICL at: 1 202 223-9800 or info@iicl.org 20036-3946 USA. www.iicl.org

Source: IICL

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