Packaging and transport of infant formula milk powder and dairy products
 
       
               
                   
   
- Packing Infant Nutrition Products -
Country of Origin
Germany (EU Union)
Shelf life (SL)
24 months
Port of Loading
Pending
Supply Warranty
2 years
Quality Warranty
2 years
Product Guarantee
2 years
Trial Order
3 x 20' Container (1 Cont. per age group) No partial loading allowed.
(MOQ)
3 x 40' HC-Container per month x 6 months
Maximum Order Quantity
10 x 40' HC-Container per month
Sample-Pilot-Test-Run (SPT)
Pilot-Test-Run before product release and production
Sample Availability
5 samples per product
Lead Time Requirements
8 months before production
Payment Terms
100% upfront with order confirmation (New Customer)
Payment Terms
50 % upfront with order confirmation (Recognized Customer)
Prices
Prices depend on world market raw materials at the time of inquiry
Label Printing
Offset / Lithograhic printing. 3 colours
Shipment
FOB Hamburg
Letter of Intent (LOI)
Buyer submit LOI (PDF formate) Not older than 3 days
Nutrition Label Language
English, Chinese, German, French or Arabic
B2B Business
subject to a 1 year supply contract agreement
Tin Size
400 g and 900 g
Tin Material
Tinplated, varnished, galveanized, internally coated
Lid Material
PP. Food safe
Measuring spoon
Polypropylene. Food safe.
Spoon weight
3,4 g
Spoon filling
11 ml
Transport & Packing Infant formula milk powder
 
20' HC-Container
40' HC-Container
Filling size can:
400 g
900 g
400 g
900 g
400 g
900 g
400 g
900 g
Cans per Box
24
12
-
-
24
12
-
-
Boxes per Palette
-
-
45
45
-
-
48
45
Cans per Palette
-
-
1 080
540
-
-
1 152
540
Palettes per Cintainer
-
-
44
40
-
-
45
48
Boxes per Container
1 950
1 750
1 980
1 800
2 160
2 160
2160
2 160
Cans per Container
46 800
21 000
47 520
21 600
51 840
25 920
51 840
25 920
Weight per Cont. (kg)
21 020
21 200
21 038
21 740
24 636
27 228
24 636
27 228
Transport & Packing UHT Milk
 
20' HC-Container
40' Container
Filling size PET bottle:
250 ml
500 ml
1000 ml
250 ml
500 ml
1000 ml
Bottles per Box
48
24
12
48
24
12
Boxes per Container
1 160
1 400
1 390
1 875
1 985
1 985
Palettes per Cont.
-
-
-
-
-
-
Bottles per Container
56 680
33 600
16 680
90 000
47 640
23 800
Weight per Cont. (kg)
16 498
16 800
19 063
22 500
27 958
27 720
 
 

Dry dairy product transport. All organisations involved in the production, sale, transport, and secondary processing of dairy products share a responsibility to ensure all finished goods received by the final consumer are safe and of a consistently high quality, and that this quality is maintained throughout the supply chain. Dry shipping containers have proven to be a fast, effective, and economical way of moving goods with little impact on food quality, and without the added equipment, fuel and space required for refrigeration.

Packing

Mechanisms affecting the heating of dry milk products in dry shipping containers. Dry dairy products shipped in dry shipping containers are exposed to largest variations in temperature and humidity during transport and shipping. Direct solar radiation is the main cause of temperature variations inside dry shipping containers (1). Daytime exposure to sunlight causes that the headspace to be the hottest location inside the container. Substantial cooling, however, occurs at night. The resulting temperature profile is cyclical with the daytime headspace temperatures reaching as high as 55°C and cooling to 30°C or below at night. The extent of temperature variation data was used for this modelling to enable evaluation of shipping times of up to 60 days. Impact of humidity during shipment in dry shipping containers. The moisture barrier properties of modern packaging dictates that air borne moisture in the headspace is very slow to migrate through to the product. The relatively short shipment duration, typically 2-6 weeks, means that moisture absorption and subsequent product damage is not a significant concern. The placement of water absorbing desiccant in the container headspace is a useful optional practice to mitigate ‘container rain' when environmental conditions present a risk of condensation inside the container.

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