Stop moisture: the secret to logistics without surprises

In the world of logistics, protecting goods from moisture is a fundamental pillar in ensuring a supply chain free of unwelcome surprises. Those accustomed to regularly shipping their goods, carefully produced and packed to ensure maximum integrity upon delivery, understand how frustrating it is to discover that one's material has been damaged by humidity.

Throughout the entire supply chain, which includes transport by sea, land or air, the risk of moisture infiltrating the containers is always lurking. This can occur due to temperature variations, condensation formation or direct exposure to water, and can cause damage of various kinds, including:

  • Quality degradation: moisture can be particularly damaging to sensitive products such as food or metals, which can suffer corrosion due to moisture.
  • Economic loss: when goods arrive at their destination damaged, costs may be incurred in handling returns or replacing goods. Not to mention the valuable time of the people involved.
  • Damage to brand image: the delivery of damaged materials can undermine the reliability of the company and compromise customer confidence.

To avoid these problems, it is essential to rely on desiccants. These devices are designed to absorb the humidity in the air inside the packaging, thus protecting the goods and preventing the formation of condensation in containers during all phases of transport.

The choice of the type of desiccant to be used must be based on the type of transport and the cargo you wish to protect. To this end, we strongly recommend consulting our technical experts, who are trained to identify the most suitable product for your specific needs.

A relatively modest investment, both in terms of time and money, can make a significant difference in the outcome of a transport. This will not only protect your valuable products from moisture, but also preserve your company's image and reputation in the world of logistics.

Read more about Propagroup desiccants here