Technological innovations have improved the prospects for enhancing on board fire safety by detecting fires before they get out of control. Identifying areas that are warming up relative to the adjoining areas helps identify the cause and take quick corrective action. So what are the steps we can take to prevent fires in container ships?
Ensuring the safety of goods being transported or stored in container boxes assumes great significance to everybody involved in the supply chain process. In addition to the inbuilt safety mechanisms that keep containers safe from intruders, there are other methods to secure your precious cargo.
The current shipping container scarcity has left the global trade and commerce industry reeling under one crisis after another. What began as an early consequence of the pandemic continues to bring untold misery to the shipping industry. How did the post pandemic events play out in the supply chain, and how do they continue to impact the industry?
There are time-tested ways to practice higher resilience in the supply chain process and enhance a company's bottom line. Without cutting corners, a business can by-pass unexpected situations and instead concentrate on the core areas of their business.
Consolidation and deconsolidation of cargo prior to import and export are crucial elements in the supply chain process. Here, we review the world of "Container Freight Stations" that contributes to efficient sorting of goods and relieves bottlenecks at container ports and terminals.
Precise positioning of containers on board, well-maintained twist locks & lashings together with proactive steps to counter vessel instability arising from sudden and extreme weather can go a long way in reducing the loss of containers in the seas.