Praxas prevents waste of goods in the logistics chain and thus increases your return. Goods are exposed to risks such as temperature, moisture, theft or loss throughout the entire chain. These risks lead to loss and waste. You know better than anyone else that waste costs time and money which has a direct effect on the efficiency of business processes. Praxas offers a variety of products that prevent waste and increase your return. These brands continue to develop together with Praxas into trends, developments, demand and need in the logistics sector. Curious about our story? Our product specialists will gladly tell you more.
Praxas offers a wide range of high-quality solutions that prevent waste of your goods in the logistic chain. Data recorders, cargo covers, desiccants and container packs. Our goal is to realize 0% waste. Because waste is unneccesary, and because less waste naturally leads to higher returns.
We offer a number of brands that fit our three pillars for the coming years: specialism, development and quality. Before a product is introduced into the market, Praxas wants to be convinced of its results. This has to contribute to our main goal: 0% waste. With brands such as LogTag, Embatuff, Absortech and DuPont, we make an important contribution to this.
On our website you will find extensive information about our products. In the webshop you can request a quote or place an order. Would you prefer personal advice? Our product specialists will gladly tell you how our products contribute to less waste and therefore a higher yield.
Before you can enjoy a good glass of wine, a lot of work has already been done. The production of wine in the vineyards in France or Argentine, for example, the transport with the various links in it, the sale to the company or consumer. Before the glass can be filled, we can state that the bottle has already had a long trip, with all the associated risks. Breakage, temperature and moisture are common risks in wine transportation.
Sustainability is the necessary trend now. Innumerable initiatieves have been launched with the aim of creating a more sustainable world. Throwing away less food, recycling, living without natural gas, solar panels… We are all becoming more and more aware of the impact of our actions on the climate. Companies are also increasingly committed to reducing waste, and we regard that as a very positive development. Yet it seems to be a challenge to tackle waste chain-wide. Sustainability goes further than just its own link.
A delicious piece of chocolate cake, chocolate bar, muffin and a box of chocolates, most people cannot get enough of this brown (or white) gold. In Switzerland, most chocolate is consumed per person, but in the Netherlands we also eat an average of 5 kilos of chocolate per year. And did you know that the Netherlands is the number 1 importer of cocoa beans with an import value of 2.1 billion euros and an import quantity of 1.1 billion kilograms? Importing cocoa beans is not always without a struggle. A large part of cocoa imports is still being wasted due to damage that has occurred in the logistics process.
Internal discussions about under which budget the application of a container pack falls naturally occur regularly. Do they fall under the transport costs? Alternatively, the packaging costs? Does the container pack have to be added to the value of the load? Also, how does the value of the solution (preventing loss) relate to the investment? These issues are very logical because the costs for such a solution must be included under a specific budget.