We must be sustainable and it provides benefits
We all know that we must contribute our share to our environment, our climate and our physical surroundings. Yet every day we still make choices that are harmful for our planet. Millions of litres of liquids are transported globally each day in an extremely irresponsible manner.
Imagine how incredibly large the impact on our environment will be if every tank container is suitable for every liquid, without the tank having to be cleaned beforehand and without any previous cargo restrictions. Just think what this would mean for the number of transport movements, amount of CO2 missions, and use of drinking water and cleaning agents.
Our mission is clear; now we want to convince the rest of the world: Starting tomorrow, transporting non-hazardous liquids will be sustainable thanks to
Mega-Inliner®. Read how our system contributes to a better environment as well as leads to significantly higher revenues.
“Let’s commit to something where our future self would be proud of, leaving the planet in a beter shape to our children.”
Sidon van Laarhoven
CEO | Founder
OUT OF ‘THE BOX’ INTO ‘THE LINER’
READY FOR YOUR LOAD IN JUST FIVE MINUTES!
Our total system stands out by its simplicity, yet it has an unprecedented impact on the way in which non-hazardous liquids will be transported tomorrow.
The foundation is a bag made of high-grade plastic, the Mega-Inliner®. Once it is placed in an empty tank container, it can be filled with any conceivable (non-hazardous) liquid. Oxygen can’t enter and gasses can’t escape the liquid. The liquid arrives in top condition and the tank container stays clean, with no wear. In addition, barely any liquid remains once the bag has been emptied. Installing a Mega-Inliner® takes only five minutes, and its removal takes just fifteen. From now on, any tank container in stock which is fitted with a Mega-Inliner® is ready for your immediate use.
John F. Kennedylaan 9A
This project has received funding from the EU Horizon 2020 research & innovation programme under grant agreement No. 807688.
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