How does VCI work?

How does VCI work?

After the package is sealed, VCI fills the enclosed space, VCI molecules settle on all the metal surfaces and dissolve to form a thin layer. This process starts as soon as the package is closed and ends within a few hours.

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Features of Container Dunnage airbag

Features of Container Dunnage airbag

When the forward motion of the lading ceases, repositioning of the lading begins. After the lading moves forward, squeezing the air bag, the internal pressure is greatest. The increased air pressure is reduced by pushing the lading back to its original position when the forces stop. Both the cushioning and repositioning of the load will take place in a fraction of a second.

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Frequently Asked Questions: Container Dunnage Airbag

Frequently Asked Questions: Container Dunnage Airbag

Dunnage Air Bags are paper bags made up of 2, 4, 6, or 8 plys (layers) of paper. They come with an internal inflatable Polyethylene Bladder. They are an innovative and efficient blocking and bracing tool.

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How to choose VCI products and packaging

How to choose VCI products and packaging

Clean and dry the surfaces of the articles for antirust before packing. Then pack and seal them at normal temperature and room temperature. In case of packaging with oil contained, it shall be confirmed there are no chemical components such as S and Cl. contained in oils. Otherwise the chemical components will have negative effects on VCI function.

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"Why do I need cargo insurance?"

"Why do I need cargo insurance?"

Cargo insuranse reduces shippers' exposure to financial loss. Yet, so many shippers choose to risk importing and exporting goods without getting cargo insurance. Unfortunately, many shippers have suffered great loss for taking this risk.

 

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Liability for cargo damage due to insufficient packing

Liability for cargo damage due to insufficient packing

Cargo damage is sometimes caused by the packaging of the cargo being insufficient to prevent damage to the cargo during transportation. Whether the carrier is liable for such damage depends on the nature of the packaging and the care which is reasonably required to be exercised by the carrier.

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Common Facts during Shipping

Common Facts during Shipping

Most cases of moisture damage are far less severe peeling labels, spotted surfaces or soggy packaging-, but are none the less unacceptable. Every year thousands of shipments arrive damaged, causing losses of millions of dollars from lower quality as well as additional costs for handling and administration. In most cases such damage is not even covered by the insurance.

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8 REASONS SHIPPERS NEED CARGO INSURANCE

8 REASONS SHIPPERS NEED CARGO INSURANCE

Cargo insuranse reduces shippers’ exposure to financial loss. Yet, so many shippers choose to risk importing and exporting goods without getting cargo insurance. Unfortunately, many shippers have suffered great loss for taking this risk. Below are eight reasons shippers should get cargo insurance. Some of the reasons are dangers that can cause loss or damage to cargo, but the list actually goes well beyond that. In truth, there are even more reasons to get cargo insurance than what we’ve listed below, but this is a blog, not a book.

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Technical Frequently Asked Questions of Volatile Corrosion Inhibitor

Technical Frequently Asked Questions of Volatile Corrosion Inhibitor

Corrosion is the chemical or electrochemical reaction between a material, usually a metal, and its environment that produces a deterioration of the material and its properties. Usually corrosion is the oxidation of metals in the presence of water or water vapor, and is known as rust (iron, steel), white rust (galvanized steel), and other terms of corrosion failures such as tarnish, pitting, flaking and spalling.

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