Loss in the logistics chain. As much as $500 billion worth of goods are lost each year due to damages incurred during ocean transportation. In the current trend of sustainability and preferably as little waste as possible, this no longer fits. And isn't this figure in reality much higher? For example, has the value of consequential damage, time investment, impact on transport insurance, your reputation and customer satisfaction been taken into account? We will all realize that waste in the logistics chain does not contribute to the most optimal and efficient operations. What would it mean to you if damages did not occur anymore during your ocean transport?