Tec Container Asia Pacific: Samoa

Tec Container Asia Pacific: Samoa

Tec Container is an industry leader worldwide when it comes to container handling and lifting attachments. Most of our clients include shipyard and port owners, material handling experts, and those from other industrial sectors as well.

We’re more than willing to help you create a safer and more productive harbor environment in Samoa. Aside from lashing accessories, our product range consists of:

Container Spreaders Samoa

We know how crucial reliable and compliant equipment is for the success of your business. We believe that with the right products, you can reduce downtime, improve safety and productivity, and minimize delays to increase your overall bottom line.

At Tec Container Asia Pacific, we’re committed to delivering efficient and reliable equipment to end your lifting problems.

Our container spreaders are the safest solutions for container handling to make work easier yet more profitable. Each product is made to comply with all safety regulations, and are all of top European design offered at affordable prices.

Reach Stacker Attachments Samoa

Our company specializes in the construction of product-specific reach stacker attachments. So, whether it’s a standard or oddball cargo to lift, you can trust us to go above and beyond.

We have standard multi-purpose frame reach stacker attachments that do the job. If you need more, we also offer special reach stacker attachments to unload those special cargoes.

Just leave us a message so we can contact you right away to discuss your load requirements.

Spreader Beams and Lifting Beams Samoa

Do you have wide loads to lift? Then, adding our standard and customized beams are a sure hit in your lifting equipment!

When used with tandem cranes, the beams help with load balancing and gravity load regulation. We provide standard, modular, heavy-duty, and special beams to fit your needs.

To learn more about spreader and lifting beams, please click here.

Heavy Duty Forklift Truck Attachments Samoa

Tec Container Asia Pacific manufactures standard and modified forklift attachments for specific jobs. We’re just experts at the heavy stuff!

We have a track record in forklift attachments for coils, slabs, large bags, and special cargoes. These can then be used with clamping units, special forks, and multi-purpose hooks.

Our forklift attachments can carry weights of 20 T and above. Above all, you can assure that all our products comply with existing safety and engineering standards. 

Lashing Cages Samoa

Using safety cages is proven to reduce costs and improve safety standards. With these cages, you’re providing your workers with a safer and more secure environment.

Safety cages were even endorsed in the health and safety report for ports by the International Labour Organization in 2003!

Tec Container offers a wide range of lashing and personnel safety cages such as the gondola, under spreader, and under hook types. We can deliver them with added rescue packs like a first aid box, safety nets, lifelines, or even electrical outlets so on-site powered tools can be used.

Container Lashing Equipment Samoa

Fastening and securing equipment and containers are essential to ensure your goods stay safe. This is true whether they’re just stacked or actually being transported.

Your workers’ lives also depend on whether your cargoes are properly-fastened or not!

European designed to meet international standards, our products for the Asia Pacific market include:

  • Container Lashing Equipment – loose and fixed lashing fittings and container stacking accessories.
  • Ro-Ro Lashing Equipment – loose and fixed lashing parts for rolling stock on trucks or on board.
  • Other Lashing Equipment – twistlocks, ISO corners, and lifting lugs.

Tec Container Asia Pacific Servicing the Samoan Market

Samoa is a country in Oceania that consists of two large islands called Upolu and Savaii. These two islands, combined, comprise 99% of Samoa’s total land area 


An economically developing country, Samoa is dependent on agricultural exports as agriculture employs 2/3 of the labor force. Its main exports include copra, coconut oil, and coconut cream.

There are six ports in Samoa. They are:

  • Port of Apia – international port, has facilities for international freight movements, container and vessel arrivals, and interisland ferry service.
  • Fishery Wharf, Apia – handles around 5,000 tons of domestic fish a year, with more than half of it exported for canning.
  • Port of Asau – originally constructed for lumbering operations but due to the hard coral bed, wasn’t finished as planned (is now under the care of the Samoa Ports Authority.)
  • Port of Aleipata – not operational but has a slipway leased to the Samoa Shipping Corporation in 2014 under a five-year arrangement.