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.
The impact of the coronavirus is clear. It is a fact for many companies that will lead to a reduction in turnover due to the economic setback. The export of products is also lagging, partly due to the shortage of reefers. Logistics activities have long been halted in China, leaving reefers loaded on the harbour docks. As a result, there are far fewer empty reefers available for export from the Netherlands. Although production in China is now restarting, the shortage of reefers will continue to exist for the time being. It is estimated that currently, approximately 13% of the total number of reefers worldwide is moored in Chinese ports. Even cargo ships are full because there was no place to put the containers.
Today is the International Polar Bear Day. This has been organised annually since 2011 on 27 February to draw attention to the habitat of the polar bear. It is of vital importance to become aware of the impact that global warming and sea ice has on polar bears. For that reason, attention is requested to find ways that could reduce CO2 emissions.
For many a day to celebrate love, give each other gifts, cards and flowers, for some, it’s a real commercial thing. No matter how we think about this day, 14 February is worldwide known as Valentine’s day. This is one of the most import days in the flower industry. The weeks before Valentine’s day are hectic days at the flower auction, because during these weeks there will be sold twice as many flowers than in an average week. The role of the Netherlands in flower export is enormous, especially at days like these, so where does that leave us?
Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is China’s most important holiday and this year it takes place on January 25. Everything is standing still around this date, and for that reason, this will cause the necessary production and transport problems.