Unit Load Device (ULD) is a pallet or container used in forwarding loose cargoes through airfreight. The sizes and weights vary depending on the type of ULD required for a specific commodity
There are various types of sea containers to choose from depending on the size of goods you plan to load. Each type has specific volume and weight of tolerance. Goods such as general cargo, hazardous and non-hazardous chemicals, over-sized equipment, and vehicles can be carried by a certain container.
The common type of container made out of aluminum or steel suitable for various kinds of goods.
Refrigerated containers, or commonly known as reefer containers, are used for cargoes requiring certain temperature during transport on shipping vessels.
Containers of this type have an opening on top with temporary covering such as tarpaulin. This option can be used for over height cargoes and can only be loaded from the top.
A special type of container, flat racks are used for out-of-gauge cargoes that can be loaded on either side or right on top of it. Usually, oversized machineries, pipes, timber, and equipment suit this option.