Check a selection of Bison blogs about how our portable shipping container weighing solution (Bison C-Jacks) are used across the world. Read customer stories, logistics tips & discovery industry trends.
How IKEA Supplier Eliminates Weighbridge Fees
Facing EUR 20,000 in annual weighbridge charges, Vilniaus Baldai concluded that a set of Bison C-Jacks would provide a fast return on investment and integrate easily into the company’s operations. This innovative IKEA supplier paid off its investment in just 7 months.
How to weigh container on the ground or on the chassis
By taking the scales to the container, you save time and money by weighing containers at a time and place that works best for you. See how Bison's unique system changes the way you weigh.
4 Things You Must Know About Solas VGM
Here is a quick rundown of SOLAS VGM, with four key things that you must know about the rule when you are involved in international container shipping.
How much does a shipping container weigh?
Having overloaded or unbalanced shipping containers is a risk for shippers and container ships. So staying on top of your container's weight is key to avoiding any additional freight charges. So, how much does a container weigh?
6 Considerations when weighing containers with axle pads
Take a look why chassis axle pads may not be your best option for weighing ISO containers.
4 Reasons to Weigh Cargo Containers in the loading zone
Here are 4 reasons why you should weigh should consider weighing at the pack pint, before the container leaves the shippers yard.
How To Avoid Over Or Underloading Containers
If you've ever had a container picked up overweight after it has shipped, it's an experience you won't want to repeat. The further from home the overload is detected, the bigger the financial damage. Here's how to ensure you never overload a container again.
The Hidden Costs Of Underloading Containers
If you're exporting commodities in shipping containers, you'll know all about high one-off costs and penalties that apply if you ship the container overweight. For this reason, it’s a natural tendency for shippers to under load. So, what is underloading actually costing your business?