Check a selection of Bison blogs about how Shipping Container Scales (Bison C-Jacks) are used across the world. Read customer stories, logistics tips & discovery industry trends.
New Rules About Misdeclared Containers By Murray King
Article kindly supplied by Dr Murray King, transport consultant and past president of CILT NZ. First Published in Logistics & Transport NZ, the official publication of CILT NZ
How To Reduce Bulk Cargo Shipping Costs
As the cost of shipping rises, there is more pressure than ever to reduce costs and unload and export more efficiently. Fortunately, there are solutions on the market.
Container Weighing Options Compared
A free, essential e-Book profiling all of the container weighing options on the market.
5 Things To Consider When Buying Container Weighing Equipment
Finding the right piece of equipment isn't the easiest task. So, here's our top 5 considerations when you're buying weighing equipment.
Hexion Eliminates Operational Bottlenecks With Bison C-Jacks
After integrating Bison's container weighing hardware and software, Hexion have halved the the time it takes to weigh containers loaded with various chemicals. Additionally, their export process have been refined with bottlenecks relieved and time and money saved with every container shipped.
Real Time Weighing For Bulk Powder Exporter
With Bison Container Scales and Stands, Blue Sky Meats can now load bone meal containers with precision, ensuring the net weight remains just under the US threshold. Under loaded and overweight containers are now a thing of the past. Haulage costs are streamlined. And weighbridge costs have been completely eliminated.
Kuehne & Nagel Streamline Container Weighing Processes
Streamlining the shipping process allows Kuehne & Nagel to turnover containers quicker, thanks to the on-site capabilities of Bison Container Scales.
How NASA Weighs Containers In Remote Locations
NASA has a consistent & reliable weighing solution, anywhere in the world with the Bison Container Scales. Gaining independence & control over VGM compliance, they are free to operate their high-tech weather equipment wherever their explorations take them.***