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Industry and trade
- The container is left on the un/loading site on the ConFoot-legs
- No need to leave a chassis under the container
- The containers can be un/loaded in sequence
- The containers can be un/loaded with a flexible schedule
- No need to use expensive equipment like side loaders
- Leaving and picking up containers can be performed at any moment and without outside help.
- Side loaders are replaced by a standard truck and chassis
- Less dependent on other (hired) operators like reserving a forklift, loader, etc.
- When handling containers in harbours, these containers can be left standing on ConFoot-legs at loading height.
- Possibilities to expand the harbours’ container traffic without high investments
Swap body users
- Investments in (more) swap bodies are unnecessary
- Interval loading and unloading is eliminated
- Transportation equipment is simplified and becomes more cost efficient
- Sea containers that are unsuitable for sea use can be used as storage /swap bodies
- Container traffic can be handled without expensive un/loading equipment
- Not dependant on others anymore; The driver can pick up the containers any time, they are always ready for pick up.
- The ConFoot-leg gives forwarding companies new possibilities to organize transportation chains.
- For the most part stock can be transferred into sea containers
- Different actions can be moved into containers like hospitals, management centres, repair shops, etc.
- Offering cost efficient transportation options for the army’s specialized transportation equipment
- Transport companies equipment can be used for moving containers
- More flexibility because the equipment is always available for use