Next Generation Hazmat Packaging and Transport Solutions

​​​Intermodal Rail

​​Intermodal Road

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Revolutionizing the Hazmat Packaging and Transportation Process​

​•  Designed to protect hazardous material against sudden impact during derailment or roll-over

•  Distributed architecture protects cargo by separating hazmat into smaller subsections in container 

•  Shock absorbing material reduces the force of impact during roll-over or derailment

•  Shock absorbing material eliminates sloshing and surging found in single entity tank cars
•  Shock absorbing material provides thermal protection to eliminate BLEVEs (explosions)

•  Modular architecture seamlessly integrates with present method of operation

•  Intermodal design reduces transportation cost by eliminating tank to tank transfer 
•  Scalable solutions enable a wide variety of chemical and petrochemical applications 
•  Multiple model types and capacity designs to meet all current shipping needs
•  Easy to load and unload with conventional equipment and connectors
•  Mass production in standard 20' and 40'  container sizes available 
•  Custom design and build to order production also available by contract

Replacing Faulty Tank Cars

Pipeline vs Rail

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. We are changing the way the world moves hazardous material -- The Next Generation of Hazmat Packaging and Transport Solutions starts right here -- Designed to protect the environment from exposure of hazardous material caused by breach upon sudden impact -- Distributed architecture aids in the protection of cargo during crash -- Shock absorbing material surrounds cargo and reduces the force of sudden impact -- Architecture eliminates the sloshing and surging that causes damage to tracks and produces roll-overs and derailments -- Distributed and scalable architecture enables weight of cargo to be dispersed across the entire length of the train putting less stress on the tracks -- Intermodal design lowers cost by enabling cargo to be transferred from truck to rail to barge without pumping fluid into and out of multiple tanks -- Shock absorbing material eliminates BLEVEs (Boiling Liquid Expanding Vapor Explosions) -- Shock absorbing material manages the flash point of flammable liquids -- Shock absorbing material blankets cargo and protects environment if explosion from within -- Intermodal design enables a lower center of gravity during transport compared to tanker trucks and tanker rail cars -- Intermodal design lowers transport cost by eliminating the need for long drives to pumping stations -- Scalable and Intermodal design enables cargo holds to be stacked and stored -- Intermodal cargo holds means no more deadhead trips for truckers or rail cars --
​•  There are currently more than 300,000 legacy tank cars riding the rails in North America today
​•  Each tank car costs between $180,000 and $220,000 per unit in the current North American market
​•  All of the tank cars being built today have a common 45 year old single-entity design flaw ​
•  A single puncture or breach leaves the entire 30,000 gallon payload vulnerable to leak and explode 
​•  Regulatory rules mandate 90,000 of these legacy tank cars will be retired in 5 yrs beginning in 2017 ​ 
•  Honeycomb Cargo solutions are designed to protect the cargo from leakage and explosion​
•  Honeycomb Cargo solutions combine a distributed architecture with a shock absorbing material
​•  Honeycomb Cargo solutions cost significantly less than the legacy tank cars available today ​​  
•  Honeycomb Cargo solutions save money by reducing the tank to tank transfer steps in transloading
​•  Honeycomb Cargo solutions leverage existing Intermodal infrastructure (Road, Rail, Marine & Air)
​•  Honeycomb Cargo solutions are easy to build and deliver and can be used around the world
​•  Benefits include massive cost reduction, reduced stress on infrastructure and increased safety

Intermodal Air

Leveraging an Intermodal Infrastructure

​​Intermodal Marine

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