|10.3.6 Influence of climatic change due to international transport|
|10.3.6.1 Formation of container sweat in the event of a drop in|
|10.3.6.2 Humidity motor (cycle) in the container|
|10.3.6.3 Loss prevention measures|
|10.3.6.4 Formation of cargo sweat in the event of a rise in|
|10.3.6.5 Loss prevention measures|
|10.3.6.6 Formation of cargo and container sweat|
|Sweat damage accounts for a considerable proportion of total container losses and this proportion is on the increase, so we will take a particularly close look at this kind of damage in this section.
The following comments relate to a closed standard container packed with a hygroscopic product or with goods of vegetable origin with a high water content, such as fruit or the like.
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