Cargo Dry Pak: Keeping the cargo dry & viable

While COVID-19 continues to disrupt the global community, Rajesh Galgalikar, Industry Expert & MD, Sorbead India sees a positive change of the re-engagement of global economy. As they say, there isn’t any problem without a solution. You may only have to think smart to find a proper solution for saving your valuable goods from moisture. From agriculture to the chemical industry, home décor to automobile industry, lockdown has seriously changed some perspectives.

Packaging goals
Storage of goods requires high maintenance, which includes moisture protection as well. Moisture interference can deteriorate the quality of even packed products. To avoid this, desiccants and adsorbents can be used to help scavenge the moisture from hampering the products from rust, mold, mildew and fungus formation.

Container rain – A major risk factor for cargo
The losses incurred due to excessive moisture in shipping containers damages are not limited to sea route, but shipping by rail, trucks & air are also important. Marine insurances premium can be brought down with correct usage of desiccants, namely, Cargo Dry Pak. These products can prove to be a priceless commodity to worldwide shippers, whose cargo can travel through different climates and experience extensive lag time in transportation.

Insurances can pay for damages but NOT for time lost
A critical commodity when exported without thinking about positive protection, here common protection only being insurance claim, can cover up loss of that commodity but not for the time loss for its utility for which it was made imports. Cargo Dry Pak usage will not only offer you lower insurance premiums, but it will also allow a user to use the commodity without damages.

Shipping industry, automobiles, leather, food, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, textile are major industries that were hit by the lockdown. Their warehouses have to take care of a lot of factors to keep the goods in great shape. Cargo Dry Pack is the most commonly used desiccant that protects the goods from condensation, mildew, mold and rust. This continues to be an unprecedented time for everyone, each day brings a new set of challenges and uncertainty.