Detailed Military Specifications & Standards


Detailed Military Specifications & Standards Q: My contractors are essentially component and material producers. They build lots of things that go into higher level assemblies or are placed in stock. They often do not know the final application of the item, or it could be used in a variety of applications. Essentially, they are “Built-to-Print”… continue reading »

Worldwide Container shipping services with FreightGuru


FreightGuru container shipping services offer its customers a top quality, door-to-door solutions and increasingly comprehensive global coverage. They are committed to deliver reasonably-priced, easily-accessible ocean container shipping services from anywhere in the world to anywhere in the world to facilitate their move. They provide door-to-door, door-to-port, port-to-door, and port-to-port global container shipping services. Their extensive… continue reading »

Custom Crating Considerations


There are numerous considerations that need to be taken into account when designing custom built crates [] for your product. One of the most important considerations when designing wood crating is to determine the mode of transportation. There may be various restrictions on the size of a package depending on how the product will be… continue reading »

Shipping Crates and Boxes are Not the Same Thin


Shipping crates are an important solution to an issue that has plagued cargo and shipping companies for decades: How to protect fragile items during the rough and oft-unpredictable shipping process. A crate is defined as a container, commonly a slatted wood case, used for storage and shipping. Crates are usually pieces of wood put together… continue reading »

Types of Wood Shipping Crates and How to Buy Them F


For many businesses, selecting the right kind of cargo protection is challenging. Proper packing and crating is essential to protect machinery and equipment for both domestic and international transportation. A key consideration in choice of crates is whether goods or equipment may get damaged during the process of transportation. Quality Shipping crates, barrier bags, padding… continue reading »

Cargo cleared by Customs all set to be shipped


The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) is giving importers and brokers with overstaying Customs-cleared cargo at the Manila ports until Sept. 8 to withdraw their containers in line with efforts to decongest the port area. PPA said in a statement that the cargo left unclaimed would be immediately transferred to the Subic and Batangas ports, or… continue reading »