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  • 1. 1
  • 2. http://www.alteich.com/tidbits/t060401.htm:An estimated 90% of the worlds trade today moves in containers. One hundred million container loadscrisscross the worlds oceans each year in over 5,000 container ships. Some 20% of the containers on board are empty… http://log.ae/2008/09/01/maximising-space/ 2
  • 3. http://www.interasset.com/docs/AssetManagementWP.pdf Container Usage during its Life-Span A container can spend on average 56% of its lifespan either idle or being repositioned while empty. This represents a non revenue generating part involving additional costs (such as warehousing and repositioning) that are assumed either by the shipping or the leasing company. Such a cost is part of the leasing rate.Copyright © 1998-2009, Dr. Jean-Paul Rodrigue, Dept. of Global Studies & Geography, Hofstra University. For personal or classroom use ONLY 3
  • 4. http://www.interasset.com/docs/AssetManagementWP.pdf Container Usage during its Life-Span The lifespan of a container ranges between 10 to 15 years depending on its level of usage and the conditions it has been exposed to. A well maintained container not exposed to harsh conditions can even have a lifespan up to 20 years.Copyright © 1998-2009, Dr. Jean-Paul Rodrigue, Dept. of Global Studies & Geography, Hofstra University. For personal or classroom use ONLY 4
  • 5. INNOVATION, what can it bring? The year 1954. At that time Philip Morris & Co, owners of a brand called Marlboro, was dead last in sales among the major tobacco companies. Marlboro makeover--- it’s packaging! For a 5 year exclusivity Marlboro was the first brand to be packaged in the handy “Flip-Top Box.” Marlboro’s new image paid huge dividendsThink outside the box ! in attracting smokers. 5 5
  • 6. aluminum and/or … 1958care free aluminum / iron / galvanized iron / … WIKI: galvanizing for protection of iron is favored because of its low cost, the ease of application, and the extended maintenance-free service that it provides. 6
  • 7. YESTERDAY’S TECHNOLOGY 7
  • 8. YESTERDAY’S TECHNOLOGY 8
  • 9. Technical innovation, copyrighted design,exclusive implementation through Patent Application,taking into account the range of terminal operations: 9 graphics via www.cosmos.be
  • 10. TODAY’S TECHNOLOGY 10
  • 11. TODAY’S TECHNOLOGYCopyright © Holland Container Innovations - 2009 11
  • 12. Volume reduction!less than 20% of the original volume (16.8%) 12 © eric parein - 2009
  • 13. Trade Mark40’ Foldable Standard General Purpose Shipping Container (graphics here 12m x 2.44m x 2.70m) 13 © eric parein - 2009
  • 14. the Tunnel the Door-End and the Back-End are offits automatic upright positioning ( the folding principle) 14 © eric parein - 2009
  • 15. the essential solid Swivel Rods and Coil Springs 15 © eric parein - 2009
  • 16. the Side Wall upright on Bottom Plate ( the spring here is almost at rest ) 16 © eric parein - 2009
  • 17. the Tunnel, its controlled folding or rising the folding principle - think outside the box, literally! 17 © eric parein - 2009
  • 18. extra hinges, serving the overall strength 18 © eric parein - 2009
  • 19. the Enfolded Tunnel ( held or secured in ‘Enfolded Position’ ) 19 © eric parein - 2009
  • 20. 12 Contickes stacked horizontally 20 © eric parein - 2009
  • 21. conditioning towards ‘repositioning’ 21 © eric parein - 2009
  • 22. the straddle carrierutilizing existing port and terminal’s equipment 22
  • 23. coast to coast repositioning 23
  • 24. 40’ (-)2m44 wide2m70 high 4 solid hinges 4 coil springs 2 fork lift holes 24 © eric parein - 2009
  • 25. dry freight – technical issue(half in length depiction, scaled down Tunnel-Elements, in width and height only) 25 © eric parein - 2009
  • 26. coil springs positioning on one axle 26 © eric parein - 2009
  • 27. being folded 27 © eric parein - 2009
  • 28. sturdily enfolded 28 © eric parein - 2009
  • 29. 29
  • 30. The Manufacturing 30
  • 31. The Manufacturing 31
  • 32. Google:Container Corner Blocks 32 © eric parein - 2009
  • 33. one End engages the other 33 © eric parein - 2009
  • 34. locking device on door / positioning rods / rubber 34 © eric parein - 2009
  • 35. Locking Device (yellow) and Positioning Rod (red) The locking devices (yellow) are located in the vertical sections 35 © eric parein - 2009
  • 36. Handles (red) securingthe Door-End and Back-End to the Tunnel 36 © eric parein - 2009
  • 37. moving Conticke’s Door-Ends only Maximal reduction !adjust Ends thickness to ½ foot = 80 Door Ends assembled within 40’! 37 © eric parein - 2009
  • 38. Feasibility – Huge Dividends Check ‘Foldable Containers:a New Perspective on Reducing Container-Repositioning Costs’ 38on ‘http://www.ejtir.tudelft.nl/issues/2001_04/pdf/2001_04_01.pdf
  • 39. From 1/5th, to ‘Complete Empty Volume Reduction’ …Copyright © 1998-2009, Dr. Jean-Paul Rodrigue, Dept. of Global Studies & Geography, Hofstra University. For personal or classroom use ONLY 39
  • 40. YES YES YES YES not enfoldedScheme from study by the Technical University of Delft - (link on previous slide) 40
  • 41. 41
  • 42. 1. Other technical option is to enfold from 16 cm higher hinge to also store the two container ends. Less efficient.2. Preferably, the back end would be entirely flat outside, to allow more volume inside.3. Both end parts, as well as the extremities of the green parts, are possibly without the forklift cut outs.4. Possibly, (some) manipulation or use of the containers do not require the springs.5. The watertight property is not compulsory for all transported goods or commodities. Watertight packing or covering the goods inside might even be possible.6. The plates and the back end are hollow or not. If hollow the container has increased floatation capacity. Possibly they are ecologically foam-filled, also to offer a temperature barrier.7. The side walls could be made of a single corrugated plate.8. Full recycle ability is pursued. Adhering maximal to the Cradle to Cradle philosophy... If one part is damaged, the other parts remain fully recoupable to further serve.9. Longer hinges or extra hinge parts in between the shown hinges if required. All measurements are possibly to be adapted.10. Most preferably galvanized steel execution, equals longevity. Or, no paint.11. Outside the great money-saving folding property, longevity further compensates initial manufacturing costs.12. Outside visual identification of the Conticke happens through its tags all around the door-end, as well vertically as horizontally. On the front, the top side, as on its two sides. As there is only one door-end per container assembly, the other parts remain neutral as they are interchangeable.13. Patent protection is pursued to acquire exclusivity and to easily control the development, manufacture and exploitation.14. “In this age of terrorism, the folding container ensures better security since it cannot be so easily used as a means of smuggling,”15. Strategically, own specific corner fittings and consecutive own equipment clamps is an option. 42 © eric parein - 2009
  • 43. Thank You for considering:The environment-friendly key to lower IT costs. Significantly increasing the TOS appeal. Eric Parein – CONCEPT LICENSING 43 © eric parein - 2009