Adverse effects derived from an incorrect isolation during a three-week maritime transport. The insulation was carried out without an insulating bag. The shipment was from Asturias (north of Spain) to the Dominican Republic in an Open Top container.
The first step for a safe shipment is to isolate our cargo from the harmful effects, alone or in combination, of external agents such as water, water vapor, saline environment, dust, sudden changes in temperature, solar radiation, microorganisms, etc.
They absorb water steam and can be used in combination with an insulating bag.
Protection against humidity, condensation and corrosion of goods in containers.
An effective protection barrier, environmentally friendly
Custom made VCI plastic bag, protection against corrosion and oxidation. Ecological and resistant.
Effective protection that isolates the product from the external environment.
The second step for a safe shipment is to efficiently protect the cargo to be transported. This process consists of defining the most appropriate packaging for the type of cargo and shipment.
High quality, ergonomic and environmentally friendly reusable packaging. Easy assembly and disassembly, which also minimizes transport and storage space. Available in different materials (plywood, OSB and chipboard).
Our proprietary internal lashing system in the packaging allows the product to be secured quickly and efficiently by integrating the securing elements (straps, ratchets, screws, shafts, etc.) into the base of the Clipping Crate.©
Box made of plywood board and steel reinforcements, reusable and stackable.
The third step for a safe shipment is to condition the cargo to the means of transport. This conditioning must be carried out efficiently to minimize transportation costs, auxiliary packaging and possible incidents derived from a bad lashing process.
Mesh or elastic cargo net for the security, fixation and support of loads. It adapts to different types or packages.
Packaging filler made of die-cut, ecological and highly protective cardboard.
Specially designed to increase the coefficient of friction and stabilize loads.
The most commonly used method for lashing goods.
Cushioning and immobilization of the load, reusable and adaptable.
The last step in safe shipping is, whenever necessary, active or passive monitoring of the cargo. A multitude of systems are available, ranging from moisture-detecting stickers to complex electronic cargo tracking devices.
Transport – logger monitoring device. It measures and records humidity, accelerations, temperature and luminosity data.
Instruments that allow us to know if a box has been overturned or knocked over.
Small cardboards with chrome circles sensitive to the degree of humidity.
Adhesive tapes and labels with security device.
Used for the control of temperature changes in transport. Control of goods requiring stable temperature.