There’s nothing worse than getting your cargoes damaged by moisture by the time it reaches their destination. Metal parts arrive corroded, cardboard boxes became moldy and wet, furniture are damaged, and food commodities are found to be spoiled and inedible; thus resulting to lose the company millions of dollars.
These damages are caused by the so-called “container rain” which usually occur inside a cargo container during shipment due to uncontrolled humidity. Sometimes protective packaging products like plastics, coatings and silica gel just won’t solve the problem.
The solution is to keep the environment dry within the shipping container. We, at Philippine Desiccants, Inc specifically developed SOLUBAG to combat condensation during long-haul transport via air, sea or land. It can absorb moisture at 300% of its own weight. It quickly reduces shipping container humidity to a predetermined lower level and keeps it there for an extended period of time. More importantly, it is environment friendly, so it is not a problem to dispose.