We have been outsourcing container vanning to a professional contractor in order to deliver the machines to customers safely. Our contractor has van-packing experience of 10 years or more, shipping 60 or more containers to countries around the world a year.


1. Machines that have been maintained and packed are placed in a container.

2. Vanning is performed carefully. Arrangement tasks include inserting styrene foam blocks between the machine and the wall of the container and using the steel plates to fix the bottom of machines. These efforts will prevent the machines from damage that may occur during the loading or by the shaking of the ship.

3. The container, into which the machines have been loaded, will be shipped from a Japanese port to the port designated by the client.