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In international freight transportation, what matters most is different between ocean freight and air freight. Ocean freight requires securer packing in general, though the handling of cargo differs between a marine container and a conventional vessel. For air freight, reducing package weight is most important. Wooden box and corrugated cardboard box in the photos are often used for small products.
This is the most used type of packing and suited to pack a heavy product such as machine tool. By sealed and protected with plywood, the product can be protected from water and moisture. Plywood box can be unpacked and reassembled.
This is suited to pack a heavy product such as machine tool. Wooden framed box is lightweight and economical. This is good for partial protection, but you had better avoid it when the product should be protected from water.
This packing is to fix a product on the base such as a palette, instead of covering all sides of the product like in a wooden box. Usually, this packing is used for cargo for container transportation and available at a low cost.
Reinforced corrugated cardboard is shock-absorbent, environmentally friendly and economical. It can reduce size and weight of the package and, instead of wooden box, it can be also used to pack a heavy product.
This is simple packing to lade corrugated cardboard boxes or small packed cargo to a palette and cover it with a stretch film. You can see and check the goods over the transparent film.
For ocean freight, vacuum packing and/or anti-corrosion processing are provided to prevent precision equipment from seawater, sea-breeze and moisture.
A product is completely covered with a moisture-proof packing material and, with a drying agent put inside, moisture is discharged from the package by exhausting the air inside. This packing can cope with changes in outside air temperature and prevent dew condensation.
When exporting cargo, fumigation is required for all wooden packing materials in accordance with the international standard of ISPM No. 15 in order to prevent possible spread of diseases and insects from wooden materials.