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Refrigerated and tank containers

Second-life container market
Development of marketing strategy for second-life dry and temperature controlled containers, for Maersk Sealand

Tank container leasing in 1997
Lead consultant in study of future market developments and impact on tank leasing sector.

Reefer swap-body potential in Europe
Market for combined transport of perishables.

Refrigerated container leasing
Risk analysis of entry into the reefer container leasing market for Tiphook Container Rental.

Refrigerated container manufacture
Factory feasibility study, focusing on market developments in the reefer container market and devising a strategy for an Indian manufacturer. Separately, study of the feasibility of marketing reefer containers designed for the Soviet market to western container lines.

Refrigerated containers: UK inland haulage market
Study of potential added-value services intended to encourage rail movement of reefer containers, identifying user rationale for rail/road modal choices.

Refrigerated container trade: Europe/West Africa
Sales strategy focusing on potential reefer commodities, volumes, routing choice, and customers.

Potential for hypobaric containers
Market assessment of the potential for refrigerated vacuum containers amongst shipping lines, including study of competitive developments in controlled and modified atmosphere techniques.

Market entry strategy: tank container leasing
Study of the world tank container market for Sea Containers.

New applications for refrigerated tank containers
Advice to major tank lessor on liquid commodities requiring temperature control, their shippers, and their present distribution structures.

Powder tank container market
The future European demand for specialised intermodal powder tank containers.

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