Fold/nest shipping containers, reduce operating costs.
  • Staxxon mentioned in Lloyd's List
  • Staxxon mentioned in CBS Interactive's Smart Planet
  • Staxxon mentioned in World Cargo News
  • Staxxon mentioned in gCaptain blog
  • Staxxon mentioned in PIERS blog

In The News

Staxxon Named New Jersey’s #1 Most Promising Tech Startup

Posted 2014.12.05 by George Kochanowski

Staxxon was recently named New Jersey’s #1 most promising tech startup in springboard‘s blog. Among their reasons for naming Staxxon #1, they say, “Staxxon has developed a technology to create foldable shipping containers, outfitting ships with the ability to squeeze 5 full, 20′ shipping containers into where previously only 1 would fit.” And they cite the fact that Staxxon’s success will have “…massive implications on the global marketplace for generations to come.” Read more at: To end the year, here is a definitive list of... More

MTS Logistics: Ocean Carriers Spend $15B Year Repositioning Containers

Posted 2014.01.12 by George Kochanowski

MTS Logistics, a New York USA based logistics company, posted an article on their blog recently that included an image of Staxxon’s container technology along with optimism about market readiness for viable designs to fold and nest empty shipping containers. Here is what the writer had to say: “…Very successful models are also (being) introduced to shipping world by (a) few companies. These designs in the collapsed state can occupy as low as 1/5th of the volume of a normal container, they conform to ISO... More

Cut the Ship: New Jersey USA Startup Brings Innovation to Container Logistics

Posted 2014.01.11 by George Kochanowski

Staxxon was mentioned recently in the New Jersey Blog, a blog that covers startups that are based in the state of New Jersey in the United States. Here is what they had to say: “…Take a look around Target or IKEA and you’ll see an array of ingenious space saving solutions. But why stop there? Here’s how one Montclair (New Jersey) startup is bringing that same approach to logistics, one of the world’s most conservative industries – not to mention reinventing a product that has... More