Losses and sensitive products are often transported by air freight. It is important to protect the cargo in such a way that it arrives at its final destination without any form of damage or loss of quality. It is a fact that external factors such as temperature and humidity are of influence. Air cargo is often exposed to temperature fluctuations. From the hot or cold ambient temperature, when the cargo is being prepared on tarmac (asphalt) before being loaded into the cold hold of the cargo plane, humidity is almost always affected. Moisture is known to cause damage to many goods. Cargo covers prevent this by keeping the temperature in the cover stable, so that moisture has no chance.
Cargo covers are not only used for products that are sensitive to loss. Cargo covers are also increasingly being used to protect fragile products such as bags and clothing which are transported by air freight. The threshold for theft increases when the cargo is properly packed. Cargo covers also protect against discoloration caused by the sun.