Air cargo consists of pallets and containers known as Unit Load Devices (ULD). Air cargo containers are very strong, durable storage units with rims that lock onto cargo net lugs and flat bottoms to help ease of transport over conveyor belts and roller beds. All air cargo containers need to be compatible with aircraft handling systems and equipment for freight
operations and logistics. Aluminium containers are more lightweight and most effective for cargo that is heat sensitive. They can be built with refrigerating systems for perishable goods, chemicals and even artwork. Steel containers are predominantly used for dry cargo and are more cost effective and easy to repair. However, for specialised goods such as the above, aluminium is considered to be the best choice. Browse through our top suppliers to find the cargo container solution for you.