Packing Goods & Labeling Containers

It is the supplier's responsibility to pack products in a manner that will prevent damage during transportation.

  • Hazardous items must be packed and documented in accordance with international and local regulations governing the selected transport mode. Failure to meet this requirement will cause Schlumberger to refuse delivery, with the supplier responsible for any resultant costs.
  • All international requirements for wood packing materials must be met as required by local and international laws.
  • On the outside of each packing container, the supplier shall have, as a minimum, the following information:
  • shipping label including full name and address of shipper and consignee
  • container number (1 of n, 2 of n, etc.)
  • hazardous class labeling or Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) labeling if applicable.