3. The container must be locked. Containers generally use locks (lead seals). As long as the door is opened, the lead seal must be destroyed, so most of them are disposable. Each lead seal has a unique number. Before shipping, the consignee will get the box lock number. The receiver needs to check the integrity of the lock, so once the lock is broken, it proves that the goods in the box may be incomplete or stolen.
There are many types of lead seals, temporary plastic seals (the least insurable one), High insurance seal (the most used one), steel wire seals. In fact, insurance does not really guarantee the prevention of loss of goods., No matter how strong the lead seal is, it will be unlocked violently.
Qualified container locks should meet the following requirements:It cannot be unlocked by violence, the unlocking authority of the door can be controlled, and the unlocking record can be viewed at any time, cost-effective.
Combining passive electronic locks can perfectly solve the above needs. Since the passive electronic lock can set the unlocking personnel, date and time when in use, it can provide strict unlocking control. Each unlocking record is kept in the key, which means that anyone who has operated the lock will have a detailed record. Once an accident occurs, the person responsible for the accident can be quickly identified. This is undoubtedly a powerful deterrent for custodian turned thief.