The global supply chain has a dirty little secret. The ocean is a big place, and cargo ships — particularly fishing vessels with commercial fish totes — are eschewing federal regulations by transferring cargo in international waters. Continue reading
Worried about keeping your equipment and goods safe during stormy weather? Storing products during harsh weather can be a major challenge, especially if you’re using unreliable storage containers. You never know when a strong gust of wind or a falling tree might wreak havoc on your facility, potentially costing your business a small fortune. That’s why you need to make sure all your storage containers can withstand the wrath of a major storm. Continue reading
Never underestimate the power of wood. If you’re in the shipping business, you have a lot of options when it comes to finding the right container for your products. But unlike plastic and cardboard, wooden shipping crates are extremely durable and cost-effective. They’re relatively easy to make, and they provide lasting support that won’t give out under pressure. Discover the benefits of using wooden crates and why shipping companies still prefer them today. Continue reading
Shipping crates are some of the most durable products and containers in the world. They are designed to travel long distances and survive all kinds of conditions. But like most things in this world, shipping crates aren’t meant to last forever. If you’ve gotten in the habit of reusing your shipping crates, you need to keep an eye on the crate’s condition over the years as the container continues to deteriorate. If you’re buying used shipping crates, you need to make sure the container is still in good condition before shipping it out overseas. Learn more about the lifespan of shipping crates and how often they need to be replaced.
If part of your business involves shipping goods across the country or international borders, you might be taken aback at how much money you have to spend on shipping supplies and equipment. From drums to crates and metal bins, every shipping container you choose will impact your chances of success. Like any business, you should be focused on reducing your overhead and saving as much money as possible while still serving your customers to the best of your abilities. That’s why you should consider using used shipping containers to get your goods from one place to another. You can lower your operating costs, reduce waste and, best of all, your customers won’t know the difference. Discover all the reasons you should utilize used shipping containers as part of your business. Continue reading
Wood is a popular material in the shipping industry, and it comes with quite a few advantages. However, it’s up to you to treat your wooden crates with care so they last. The longer your crates last, the less money you have to spend on new ones, making your operation more profitable. The good news is you can make your crates last by following the right steps. Continue reading
Shipping materials tend to be relatively straightforward, but it still pays to do your research so you find exactly what you need. Collapsible bulk containers have four solid walls, but they can fold down across the center for easy storage – you can see exactly how they work in this video. They also come with a number of advantages for your business. Keep reading and learn how these versatile shipping containers work, as well as how they can help with efficiency and environmental responsibility. Continue reading
Wooden crates play a huge role in today’s shipping industry and they’ve been in use for ages. The time between the Paleolithic Era and the Middle Ages saw wooden boxes being used for a variety of purposes, and wood itself for even more.
We get a lot of questions surrounding our IBC totes, as they’re some of the most versatile and durable warehouse containers available. But we understand that, because of this, there is also some confusion about what they can and can’t be used for. People often ask us whether or not food-grade IBC totes are temperature-controlled or not. The short answer is no, and the long answer is no, except for insulated bulk containers. Let’s cover the basics of these storage containers so that you get the most out of them in your warehouse, fulfillment center or manufacturing facility. Continue reading