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WHAT IS GOH

In the shipping industry, GOH is the abbreviation for " Garment On Hanger". Also known as garmentainers, GOH containers are specially designed and fabricated to safely transport high-end garments. By hanging, rather than packing in cartons/crates. Garments arrive at destination without the need unpacking cartons/crates, washing and ironing.

GOH container are essential to provide clean and unblemished delivery of quality garments from shipper to consignee...

 
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STRING SYSTEM

This type of GOH configuration uses strings attached to hanger beams at the top of the container. Strings are durable and inexpensive, and clothes are hung on knots tied into the string.

The standard Pbox 20’ GOH container has 11 beams with 15 strings per beam, 15 knots per string, and 5 items hung on each knot. A typical 20’ container can be loaded with up to 12 thousand garments, depending on type, weight and size.

At Pbox, we also customize and design the system in order to fully meet fashion customer's needs. 

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STRAP SYSTEM

Similar to the string system, straps are attached to hanger beams, but instead of knots, garments are hung on sewn partitions. Though costlier, straps are lighter and stronger than strings. As they are less elastic, straps are a better choice for heavy clothes, preventing them from touching the floor during rough transport.

 

A typical 20’ GOH container with straps can also hang up to 12 thousand garment, depending on type, weight and size.

At Pbox, we also customize and design the system in order to fully meet fashion customer's needs. 

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DOUBLE BAR SYSTEM

With this setup, garments are hung directly on bars. The most common configuration is two tiers of bars, and Pbox offers up to four tiers for GOH Bar containers. The Bar System is more expensive as a strong frame is required to support multiple levels of bars. Unlike the string or strap system, clothes hung on the bars allowing more space between fragile items such as suits and dresses.

A 20’ container with two tiers will generally have 22 bars. As an example, an industry average of 7,200 ladies dresses (standard size) would fit comfortably in such a container.

At Pbox, we also customize and design the system in order to fully meet fashion customer's needs. 

 
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COMBINE SYSTEM

With this customization, customer can combine loading both carton pack and hanging garment in the same container. 

In order to prevent carton pack falling or damaging hanging garment, a partition will be installed in the container 

At Pbox, we customize and design the system in order to fully meet fashion customer's needs. 

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