Packaging & Delivery
Aluminum is a highly versatile and widely used metal in various industries, including construction, transportation, packaging, and aerospace. As a result, the demand for aluminum transportation has increased significantly over the years, leading to the development of specialized logistics services.
1) Freight forwarding: This involves the coordination of the entire shipping process, including booking, documentation, customs clearance, and delivery.
2) Cargo handling: This includes loading and unloading of aluminum products from the vessel, ensuring proper stowage and securing of cargo, and handling any special requirements.
3) Warehousing and distribution: This involves the storage and distribution of aluminum products at various locations, including ports, warehouses, and customer sites.
4) Supply chain management: This includes the planning, coordination, and control of the entire supply chain for aluminum transportation, from raw material sourcing to final delivery.
1) Plastic wrapping: This is a simple and cost-effective method of packaging aluminum sheets. The sheets are wrapped in a plastic film or shrink wrap to protect them from scratches and other damage.
2) Pallets: This is a method of packaging where the aluminum sheets are placed on a pallet and secured with straps or bands. Pallets provide good protection and are easy to handle with forklifts, require additional handling equipment.
1) Wooden crates: This is a traditional method of packing aluminum coil, where the material is placed in a wooden crate and secured with straps or bands. Wooden crates provide good protection against damage during transportation
2) Steel drums: This is a method of packing aluminum strip where the material is wound around a steel drum and secured with straps or bands. Steel drums provide good protection against damage during transportation and are suitable for long-distance shipping.