Over $20BN is spent annually
repositioning empty containers.

20.5% of all global port handling is made up of empty containers,
accounting for 5-10% of container owners' operating costs

Calculate Cost Savings

The problem in a nutshell

Regular loaded and regular empty containers require the same amount of resources to move in the logistics chain. But moving empties shouldn't simply be accepted as part of the cost of doing business.

  • 35%

    increase in empty containers passing through Port of LA from 2010 – 2017; loaded TEUs increased only 1 4 % in the same time period.

Empties are never in the right place at the right time

Be smarter about moving empties

Staxxon containers require fewer lifts, moves and trucks, yielding significant operational savings.

Fewer lifts, moves and trucks can yield significant operational savings

Calculate your cost savings

INPUT ASSUMPTIONS

PURCHASE PRICE OF THE CONTAINER

STANDARD ISO DRY

$

Staxxon Folding CONTAINER

$

Estimated Useful Life

AVERAGE # OF CONTAINERS PER NESTED SET WHEN EMPTY

NUMBER OF LADEN TRANSITS PER YEAR

NUMBER OF EMPTY TRANSITS PER YEAR

SHIPPING COST PER TRANSIT

$

TERMINAL FEES

GATE FEE

$

DRAYAGE

$

FOR LIFT/MOVE BASED PRICING

COST OF LIFT

$

COST OF MOVE

$

NUMBER OF MOVES IN YARD (LOAD)

NUMBER OF MOVES IN YARD (UNLOAD)

OR

FOR FLAT FEE PER TRANSIT PRICING

TERMINAL HANDLING FEE PER CONTAINER

$

Folding/Bundling/Unbundling/Unfolding (Per container, applicable to Staxxon only)

Folding/Bundling

$

Unbundling/Unfolding

$

Annual Maintenance and Repair

Standard ISO Dry

Maintenance/Repair Cost

$

Escalation Factor (over first year above)

Staxxon Folding Container

Maintenance/Repair Cost
(As a factor of Standard Dry Cost)

Staxxon Royalty

(Per day per container)

$

Number of Staxxon Folding Containers in Fleet