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Problems & Solutions

Problems In Conventionally Operated Container TerminalsSolutions Provided By Our Patented Facility
1. Increasing volume requires additional land.1. Our patented system requires less than 35 acres per 1,000,000 TEU.
  • Coastal acreage is scarce and expensive.
  • Taxpayers bear the cost of acquisition.
  • Valuable acreage would be released for other uses.
  • There would be no acquisition costs.
2. Increasing volume requires more extensive infrastructure.2. Our patented system requires no further infrastructure modifications.
  • Construction of additional roads.
  • Construction of additional railway systems.
  • Taxpayers bear the cost of this construction.
  • No additional roads required.
  • No additional railway systems required.
  • There are no costs to the taxpayer.
3. Increasing volume creates massive logjams within terminals.3. Our patented system is programmed to handle this foreseeable increase.
  • Loss of container handling efficiency.
  • Additional equipment required. (Reach trucks, RTG's, RMG's, etc.)
  • Equipment costs and loss of time costs are passed on to consumers.
  • Regardless of volume, containers are handled just twice.
  • Our system utilizes only fork trucks. Other stacking vehicles will be outmoded.
  • No costs are borne by consumers.
4. Increasing volume creates traffic jams and gate tie-ups.4. Our revolutionary operations eliminate traffic jams and gate tie-ups.
  • Truck owner-operators spend long hours, and sometimes days, waiting in line without pay.
  • These underpaid truck owner-operators, on piecework wages, are leaving the industry.
  • Conditions have been described as a "national crisis".
  • Our delivery system does away with gates, clerks and consequent waiting lines.
  • Our delivery system is operated from within the terminal premises by salaried drivers, not piecework drivers.
  • This will prove to be the solution to the "national crisis".
5. All problems are caused by inefficient and poorly programmed container yard operations.5. Our patented system tracks every container from our pier to the consumers pier.
  • Hasty and random stacking of containers hampers tracking, and retrieval.
  • Repeated Equipment Repositioning adds to the problems of locating each container.
  • Equipment and personnel are tied up in unnecessary searches.
  • Equipment damage, personal injury and cargo losses are dramatically increased.
  • Both taxpayer and consumer bear the cost of this inefficiency.
  • Each container is stored in a predetermined slot.
  • Because no container ever needs to be repositioned, immediate retrieval and delivery is undertaken.
  • Minimum and constant numbers of equipment and personnel operate our systems.
  • Equipment damage, personal injury and cargo losses are dramatically decreased.
  • All cost savings will be passed on to taxpayers and consumers.
6. U.S. Customs inspections are severely hampered in every terminal.6. U.S. Customs inspections will be smooth, efficient and unhampered.
  • Hasty and random stacking make systematic inspection difficult.
  • Access to tightly stacked containers is impossible.
  • Less than 4% of all containers can be inspected. No empty containers can be inspected!
  • Cargo fraud losses are estimated to be $170 billion annually.
  • Our software assigns each container to a predetermined slot.
  • Immediate access is always available to inspectors.
  • Every container will be Inspected! All empty containers will be inspected as well.
  • Cargo losses will be greatly reduced, and eventually eliminated.