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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This blog is a summary of test results of some of our thermal covers. This will help when deciding which thermal cover is the best for your requirements.
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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Transit damage. Perhaps one of the biggest, and most common threats to your business.
We have all been in that situation; waiting impatiently for your consignment to arrive… but when it does, the packaging is dented and damaged, and your goods - not in the same condition you ordered it in.
In turn, ultimately this leads to an extremely negative impact on your customer satisfaction, creating a downhill spiral into an undesirable brand perception and a limit of potential for repeated sales and customer loyalty.
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This article aims to help people working in cold chain logistics understand the
transfer of thermal energy (heat) and is an attempt to explain as simply as possible
the science behind keeping things cold.
‘Heat’ is the main environmental hazard in the transportation of temperature sensitive goods.