Cargo shipping was first invented in 1931, to deliver goods, commodities, and wares from one place to another.
But later, the American trucking system invented containers for making the process quicker, safer, and secure. These containers are liable to transport goods via road or sea.
Containerized cargo shipping is a process for delivering the freights through non-disposable, reusable, and commercial seized shipping containers. It is considered one of the greatest inventions in the trucking industry. This cargo system can be utilized for achieving long terms benefits.
Where there are advantages of using containers carrying cargo system, then there must be some disadvantages too. Below are highlighted the pros and cons of containerized cargo shipping.
The overall cost of transporting supply via containers is 20-25 times less than the cost of transporting freight through LCL or lose bulk.
Containerization has reduced the overall transportation cost element for the transportation of goods.
Luckily, the contents of the containers are unknown to the people involved in carrying the supply. They cannot see the contents in order to make use of it or to damage it. As all the doors of containers are double locked and checked before they are transported.
The containers can be only opened at the buying and selling terminals. If someone tries to open it other than these spots, it is easily detectable and perceivable.
Containers help in less spoilage and minimize loss.
Every container consists of a distinct identification number and a code that allows it to be a unique transport unit that can be easily controlled.
Due to the fact, the containers carrying cargo are faster. Furthermore, it provides a wide variety of shipping options.
The velocity of containers carrying ships is more than that of a regular cargo ship and offers a frequency of port calls that allows a continual speed.