Obstructed traffic? Trouble at customs or at the port? Human negligence? These can all lead to cargo delays. If you want satisfied partners and customers, it is important to minimize the possibility of delays.
Maritime transport accounts for 90% of the world’s international trade, so the economic importance of ports is beyond doubt. The business of a port is determined primarily by the amount of containers passing through. In this article we’ll show you the best ones!
Did you know? Oversized packaging won’t just hurt the planet. You can lose significant amounts of money each year if you do not optimise the use of space within the packaging. With a little care, you can reduce your storage and handling costs, transport more products at once, and you will need less packaging. Sounds good, doesn’t it?
Carbon dioxide emissions, energy consumption, space utilisation and noise levels. These are the factors that most affect how each mode of transport promotes sustainable development. Transport of goods by road, rail, sea or air – which is the most environmentally friendly alternative? What do we mean by multimodal (combined) transport?
Maritime transport is one of the most cost-effective forms of transport – if long delivery time is not a problem, it is an excellent solution. However, special care must be taken with regard to packaging, as the goods can easily move or be damaged by high humidity in a short period of time. If you know the most common risk factors and are properly prepared for them, you won’t face any unexpected annoyance.