Maritime Rules 24D

Carriage of Cargoes - Convention Containers

Current version of Part 24D

This rule applies to:

  • ISO-type containers
  • convention containers.

Download Maritime Rules Part 24D[PDF: 119kB, 18 pages]

Part 24D is divided into four sections:

  • Section 2 applies to the manufacture and testing of convention containers for which New Zealand approval is sought.
  • Section 3 deals with the maintenance and examination of approved convention containers in service.
  • Section 4 covers control provisions for convention containers being loaded or unloaded at New Zealand ports.

Part 24D implements the requirements of the International Convention for Safe Containers, 1972 for ISO-type containers.

Material incorporated by reference

Standards and codes referenced in this rule can be found here

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History of Part 24D

2015

Amendment

This Part was amended by Maritime Rules Various IMO-related Amendments 2015, in 2015.

Maritime Rules Various IMO-related Amendments 2015 [PDF: 393kB, 15 pages]

Amendment

This Part was amended by Maritime Rules Various Amendments 2014 in 2015.

Maritime Rules Various Amendments 2014 [PDF: 366kB, 18 pages]

2014

Amendment

This Part was amended by Part 24: Carriage of Cargoes – Dangerous Goods in 2014.

Part 24: Carriage of Cargoes – Dangerous Goods 2014 [PDF: 556kB, 44 pages]

2011

Amendment

This Part was amended by Maritime Rules Various Amendments 2011.

Maritime Rules Various Amendments 2011 [PDF: 948kB, 15 pages]

2005

New part comes into force

Part 24D came into force on 30 June 2005.

Part 24D, together with Part 24E, replaced regulations 16A, 16B and 16C of the General Harbour (Ship, Cargo, and Dock Safety) Regulations 1968, relating to the manufacture and unsafe use of containers.

New part signed

Part 24D was signed into law by the Transport Minister on 31 May 2005.

Part 24D: Original Rule [PDF: 2.00MB, 22 pages]