General Cargo

General cargo refers to a variety of goods that are shipped via different modes of transportation, such as ships, planes, trucks, or trains. These goods are typically not specialized or hazardous in nature and may include items such as clothing, consumer goods, building materials, and general industrial products.

In general, the logistics process for general cargo involves planning, coordination, and execution of multiple activities to ensure that the goods are delivered to the right destination, at the right time, and in the right condition.


Hazmat, short for hazardous materials, is a term used in logistics to describe materials that are potentially dangerous to human health or the environment. These materials can include chemicals, gases, liquids, and other substances that can cause harm if not handled, transported, and stored properly.

The transportation of hazmat in logistics requires specialized knowledge, equipment, and procedures to ensure the safety of everyone involved, as well as the general public.

Refrigerated Container

Refrigerated containers are equipped with a cooling system that helps to maintain a specific temperature range inside the container throughout the transportation process. The temperature can be adjusted according to the specific needs of the goods being transported, ensuring that they remain fresh and in optimal condition upon arrival at their destination.

ISO tanks

ISO Tank containers are used to ship and store hazardous and non-hazardous materials such as liquids, powders, and gasses. ISO tanks are made out of stainless steel, with insulation, as well as a protective layer of aluminum or polyurethane. This makes them a safe and secure option for transporting a wide variety of materials.

ISO tanks are equipped to transport the following :

Liquids, Gasses, Powders, Chemicals, Perishable and non-perishable food items, Alcohol, Non-alcoholic liquids

Flat Rack

A flat rack is usually for the transportation or storage of cargo with unique dimensions. Flat racks only have sides on the short side of the container, the bulkheads, so the cargo can stick out the side of the container during transportation.

Flat racks most commonly come in 2 sizes: 20 feet and 40 feet. The choice depends on the size of the cargo.