Work that is approved by the client will, if requested, be painted by the dealer. After painting, the dealer checks the thickness of the paint and records details in the relevant document before handing on both documentation and product to the transportation department. When all this is completed, the products will be transferred to the harbor by the transportation company to await export. All of the products have barcodes. Most of our products are sent to Japan. For products that require containerization, the transportation department again arranges products by checking their codes against the export documentation.
All works are tied together, with lumber in between, in order to prevent damage. Responsibility throughout the transportation process lies with MCS Steel and, once the product reaches its destination, our staff at MCS -Japan will conduct a thorough check to ensure that no damage has occurred.
If any damage is found, it will be remedied before final delivery to the client. If any repair is required, the product will be sent to our affiliated fabricator in Japan.