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MCLEAN, VA: May 17, 2018. ATS International (ATS-I), a division of Anderson Trucking Services (ATS), has partnered with TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico to provide CakeBoxx Technologies’ new breakbulk container and flat racks for shipping non-containerized cargo.

The CakeBoxx 53’ WTP BreakBulkBoxx container and the 53’ WTP Flat Rack enables traditionally non-containerized cargo to be handled in a Lift-On/Lift-Off (Lo/Lo) container environment.

The company says the two products will now give shippers and consignees in the U.S. and Puerto Rico a three-day transit option for in-gauge breakbulk cargo with increased security and the convenience of TOTE’s Lo/Lo services.

TOTE PR“We are excited and proud to have these units and service capabilities available to aid in the recovery and rebuilding of Puerto Rico when needed the most,” said ATS-I COO Brent Anderson. “With more than four decades of experience in the U.S./Puerto Rico shipping lane, TOTE Maritime was a natural partner for us to introduce this exclusive Lift-on/Lift-off technology.”

Daine Eisold, CakeBoxx CEO noted: “Seeing the first production units being placed into service in such an important trade lane is extremely rewarding. I’ve worked directly with Steve Hastings [director of Operations] at ATS-I to develop these products. Safe to say we are both proud to see them in service – and trust their presence on the waterfront will continue to grow.”

CakeBoxx first partnered with ATS-I in 2016 to launch the BreakBulkBox 53’ that is approved by the Association of American Railroads for use on US rail networks.

Earlier this year TOTE was recognised by the Ethisphere Institute, a leader in advancing ethical business practices, as one of its 2018 World’s Most Ethical Companies.

Company president and CEO Anthony Chiarello commented: “This award is a reflection of the TOTE employees and their dedication to and embodiment of the company’s values – safety, commitment and integrity.”

Ethisphere CEO Timothy Erblich added: “Global corporations operating with a common rule of law are now society’s strongest force to improve the human condition. This year we saw companies increasingly finding their voice. The World’s Most Ethical Companies in particular continued to show exemplary leadership,”

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