Dunnage Bags 101: How Dunnage Bags Prevent Damage To Your Export Shipments

Businesses globally are moving towards cargo securing as a priority, as the cost-savings reached when their products are protected are significant in their profitability. Businesses want to transport their goods in the same condition it leaves their premises, direct to their customers. A secure, safe supply chain is essential in meeting this objective. One way […]

How to Inflate a Dunnage Air Bag.

Inflating Dunnage Air Bags for containers

Within the market,  dunnage air bags are made of the same essential components; however, manufacturers make different choices regarding valves and connections. Choosing the right bag and valve setup for your team is important. Types of Air Bags Inflators: Inflator Gun A dunnage bag inflator gun is a traditional device that connects an air compressor […]

What Size Dunnage Bag Do I need?

Dunnage Bags

What to consider. Dunnage bags are a load securement staple within various Australian industries, particularly the Food and Beverage Industry, and keep cargo and other items from shifting during transit. They are also referred to as airbags, air cushions, and cargo inflatable bags. They come in a variety of different sizes, depending on how much […]

Dunnage Bags – Frequently Asked Questions

Air Bags

What is a container airbag/dunnage bag? Dunnage bags are used to stabilise cargo in transport and therefore prevent product damage. They are placed in a void and inflated with air to restrict load shift in transport. Other common terms for dunnage bags are: Container airbags Woven dunnage bags Air bag packing Container dunnage Inflatable air […]

7 Reasons Dunnage Bags Rate No.1 for Transit Protection.

Container Air Bags

Whenever a business is dealing with freight, the challenge is keeping items securely packed and separated from one another. Dunage bags are known within the transit industry for offering exceptional value and are more affordable than alternative products previously used for load security. Some companies within the Australian market are still using the old practice of […]