In the fast-paced world of global commerce, shipping goods in optimal conditions is paramount for many industries. Whether it's perishable food, pharmaceuticals, or other temperature-sensitive items, ensuring that products reach their destination in perfect condition is a priority.
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Due to the nature of their design, shipping containers can heat up significantly under direct sunlight during the daytime, and then the temperatures will drop down during the night time.
It has happened to everybody; you spend quality time and care packing up your valuable goods for transit, ensuring that there is absolutely no way for damage to occur to what has been so meticulously enclosed inside the box… only to be told a few weeks later that your product has indeed been ruined by moisture whilst in shipment.
The four main transport methods are ROAD, RAIL, SEA and AIR.
All these methods are selected for different reasons with sea freight being the cheapest and is considered the most eco-friendly, but it takes a lot longer than the other options partly due to delays at port and time taken to unload the ships.
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