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The impact of temperature on goods transport

The impact of temperature on goods transport

22-01-2019
It is winter in the Netherlands, and if we have to believe the weather reports, it will remain cold for a while. If you export your goods in this peri...
Chain test: the effect of moisture on paper and how to prevent it

Chain test: the effect of moisture on paper and how to prevent it

18-12-2018

Paper cannot be ignored from our daily lives. We use it in countless ways — newspapers, books, coffee filters, baking paper, puzzles, gift paper, toilet paper, memos, money, packaging of (online) purchases. Paper and cardboard prove their value every day, and we often use the products without thinking about it.

Dirty containers affects products: how to prevent?

Dirty containers affects products: how to prevent?

30-11-2018
Before a product reaches the end customer, it has already passed a number of links in the chain. From the factory to the harbour, in the container, fr...
Prevent swelling issues of drums in transport due to low boiling point

Prevent swelling issues of drums in transport due to low boiling point

20-11-2018
One of our customers in the chemical industry had a request for a solution to prevent swelling issues due to high temperatures during transport of a p...
Chain-wide logistical approach is the solution for loss of goods

Chain-wide logistical approach is the solution for loss of goods

02-10-2018

Damage during transport and storage, caused by moisture, breakage, mold, ethylene, temperature fluctuations, theft or loss, is not an unknown problem within the Transport & Logistics sector. In the distribution chain, goods are constantly exposed to various risks, which they are not always able to withstand. It therefore remains a major challenge to organize transports in such a way that products ultimately end up harmless to the end user. Now it is debatable whether this is only a matter of liability and legal guidelines and how the carrier or the sender is insured against damage or loss of goods during transport. Bob van Velden, founder and director of Praxas, does not think so.

6 steps how to protect your goods against moisture damage

6 steps how to protect your goods against moisture damage

25-09-2018

Yearly, the value of damaged goods exceeds 500 billion dollars. Often as much as 10% of container damages are related to moisture problems. Good reason to find out how to protect your goods against moisture damage. This infographic helps to take the right steps. 

Calciumchloride vs silicagel: the most important differences

Calciumchloride vs silicagel: the most important differences

18-09-2018

Not everybody in logistics is aware of the risks of sea freight. Each year 500 billion dollar of goods are wasted because of container damage, with at least 10% because of moisture. A lot of companies take action to reduce moisture problems. They apply a special foil or use desiccants to absorb moisture so it won’t be in the products. There are all types and ranges of desiccants made of different types of materials. With this article we would like to show the most important differences between silicagel based desiccants and calciumchloride based desiccants.

Protect your shipment against the risk of tarmac temperatures

Protect your shipment against the risk of tarmac temperatures

11-09-2018

Like the summer weather temperatures, risks to temperature sensitive products in the supply chain are on the rise. The increased requirement to record temperature data, especially with controlled temperature, has revealed some alarming excursions.

Complete insight into the logistics chain with the Praxas Chain Test

Complete insight into the logistics chain with the Praxas Chain Test

07-09-2018
In order to determine which solution leads to the highest rate of waste reduction, complete insight into the logistics chain is necessary. There ...
Goods damaged during transport: who is responsible?

Goods damaged during transport: who is responsible?

07-09-2018

Something went wrong during transport. A large part of the goods has been damaged and can no longer be delivered to the end customer. There can be several reasons for this and it is often difficult to determine where the cause actually lies. Is the owner of the product responsible? Or maybe the transporter? The insurer?

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