Transporting dairy products can be tricky. When you pick up a load and sign the freight bill accepting that load, it’s yours until it’s delivered and accepted by the consignee. Typically, damages occurring during transport will be the responsibility of the carrier hauling the cargo.
Packaging damage and freight claims are just some of the issues that companies experience on a day-to-day basis. If you’ve ever had the phone call with an angry wholesaler that has just received severely damaged, you know what I’m talking about.
The cost is both time, money, and a lot of frustration.
Every day transportation or logistics managers live this reality of having to file a freight claim due to freight damages. Freight claims and damaged goods are a reality of the industry and whilst we can never completely eliminate them, they represent a very real cost that must be accounted for when transporting your freight.
That is why Australia’s leading dairy company uses Insulcap.
Our Insul® Technology protects milk shipments not only from temperature fluctuations during the journey, but also protects the packaging from damage. When pallet building, its important to shrink wrap freight securely to pallets to reduce movement and therefore ensure the reduction of damaged goods. Our Insul® technology is manufactured by the world’s leading bubble wrap manufacturer to ensure your shipments are completely protected.
When it comes to freight, make sure you take the right steps to secure and protect it from damage.