Collapsible storage boxes with lids use by retailers. They are improve picking efficiency in the warehouse and shelf replenishment in store. Containers were very fast and convenient particularly for consumer goods and reduced the labor cost at loading and unloading of the vessels highly. Usage of containers in the ocean freight industry invente in the 1950s. And it indeed started a really new phase in international trade. They very quickly assemble or collapse in only 3.8 seconds. Nowadays 70% of world’s commercial freight transport on the oceans. Containerized cargo makes up 14% of it after tankers and bulk cargoes. Containers are an environmental, economic, and efficient alternative to corrugated boxes or cases when shipping very long distances. Read this article about Collapsible Container.
Collapsible Container withstands the harsh environments of a factory or warehouse. The additional features such as the integrated lid and 50/50 divider are optional and removed and re-attached with ease. 500 full Collapsible Containers will fill a 40ft container, whereas when empty, collapsed and stacked, 2,500 can be transported safely. The Collapsible Container designe to collaborate with the other products within the Load hog range.
The problem of storing, transporting air and handling will continue to grow as trade increases. Many are attempting to digitalize the industry to generate new operational efficiencies and greater accountability. Countries export and import at different rates and they often export and import different commodities.
Almost 1 out of 4 containers is carrying just plain air today without any profit to the vessel operator. Procurement of fresh containers and repositioning of empty containers are 2 subjects of general container management. If containerized imports are more or less than containerized exports in a particular region it will result in a surplus of empty containers. Ocean carriers presently spend close to $100 billion per year operating their container assets. And approximately $15 billion of this directly related to cost of repositioning the empty equipment to its next exporting port. The importing port is very busy. Yards are full with empty containers and it slows down the container availability. Newfangled companies and their customers fast realize the damage of single-use materials. Supply chains are beginning to switch out one-trip packaging for reusable transit packaging.
What was the inspiration behind your innovative design?
After assessing the complications containers created, we worked to develop a solution that was Simple, Efficient, Affordable and Safe not just for the end user, but across the entire supply chain. Given the number of troops deployed, at one point we had thousands of containers at the major logistics hubs that were piling up because the cost to return them was greater than the cost of the unit themselves. Countries with high capacity of production typically import their raw materials in bulk vessels and the final products are exported to their markets in containers. Foldable and Collapsible containers came as an innovation to the industry to cut the repositioning and terminal handling costs.