Shipping as much cargo as possible inside a single express container is a priority for all freight carriers. That’s why we maximise the internal volume of our containers with the help of advanced 3D-software. For heavier cargo, we can equip our larger containers with interior components to make the most of the available space.
The clock is ticking when it comes to transporting mail and packages by air, and our designers and engineers know this. They work hard to make a loader’s life easier by minimising the time it takes to access and close the containers. Consequently, our door entrances are made as large as possible.
When you buy a quality Unit Load Device, you want it to last. To ensure our containers survive the rigours of air transport, we use high-quality aluminium alloys and custom-designed extrusions. And if a container ever gets damaged? The material and design make repair easy and affordable.
It’s your duty as a freight carrier to protect your cargo while it’s in your care. Our containers are not only weatherproof but also theftproof. No one will get access who isn’t authorised. What’s more, there are no sharp edges on the inside of any container, eliminating the risk of torn and damaged cargo.
Planes come in all shapes and sizes. So why should containers be any different? It makes sense to design a container’s contours to conform seamlessly with the aircraft you use. Whether you have a fleet of Boeing 767-300F, Airbus A330 or anything else, we can deliver the perfect-fit container for you.