Marco Macklin invented the container transport 60 years ago, not only in the global trade in the introduction of a revolution, but also forever changed the world shipping. Today, container transport is responsible for more than 80% of the world's non bulk cargo. Every year, 20 million containers by railway, highway and road were more than 200 million times the journey around the world to provide the goods. The value of goods in a container varies from several thousand to several million dollars, from bulk cargo to a class of machine parts.
Risk in containers
Example: in the course of Rotterdam's departure to New York, a container at the top of the class 3E ship needs to travel 40 km (more than 25 miles) due to vertical and lateral movement. And due to improper reinforcement, packaging will be every few seconds on the internal wall of the container, causing damage to the goods in the box. 65% of the major container accidents can be traced and confirmed to be improper packaging and reinforcement - which can cause damage to the goods, personnel and the environment.