HENDERSON, NV, Aug. 30, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Double Crown Resources, Inc. (DDCC), is pleased to announce that today The United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued patent number 9,428,330 for the interlocking, intermodal commodity transport system called Translock² (Translock Squared). Additionally, two follow-up patent applications have already been filed and another is now being prepared that all cover key design features of this unparalleled commodity transport and storage system which has major applications in multiple industries across the worldwide marketplace. Double Crown management is currently engaged in direct negotiations with some of the largest companies in the shipping and industrial container business sector regarding licensing contracts for commercial implementation of the Translock² system. Considerations are also being given to licensing specific Translock² design features for incorporation into existing container models made by other companies and already in commercial use.
At this time, Double Crown management invites all interested parties to review a very informative trade article entitled The Containerization of Commodities (in The Geography of Transport Systems, 3rd Edition) where author Dr. Jean-Paul Rodrigue (Dept. of Global Studies & Geography, Hofstra University of New York) pointed out that many segments of the raw materials and food commodity chains are in the process of being containerized and that this process is being driven by several factors:
- A growing availability of containers in transport markets around the world, making it a rather ubiquitous transport product. Yet, this ubiquity is challenged by shortages of containers and of specific container sizes in some markets.
- Economies of scale in bulk shipping making the minimum load unit increasingly large and less accessible to smaller commodity exporters.
- A general rise in commodity prices and growing demand in new markets have made many commodities more prone to be containerized from a value proposition standpoint.
- Fluctuations and rises in bulk shipping rates have incited the search, when possible, of alternatives to bulk shipping. Volatility also makes long term planning for bulk shipping complex and subject to risks.
- Relatively stable and even declining container shipping costs, particularly in light of rising commodity prices, rendered the container even more attractive since shippers can be confident about the stability of container shipping rates.
- Global trade imbalances are transcribed in imbalanced container shipping rates, which represent a notable export subsidy for return (backhaul) cargo. For markets having notable imbalances, such as China (exports) and the United States (imports), incentives are acute.
- Empty container repositioning has created opportunities by making available pools of empty containers that can be filled for backhauls flows.
- A tendency to move processing close to production, particularly in agricultural sectors in developing economies that are focusing on exports for global markets. Unlike unprocessed raw materials or agricultural goods, processed goods are more suitable for containerization. For instance, processed cocoa and cashew nuts are highly suitable for containerization.
Allen E. Lopez, President of Double Crown Resources stated, "The Translock² intermodal system has no equal in its advantages for the modern containerized macro logistics transport and storage model. The negotiations we are currently engaged in for marketing this new level of technology are making it very clear to us that every company involved in major commodity shipping will want to employ Translock² in some way for the huge improvements it will bring in terms of cost and time savings, safety, security and environmental protection. With the feedback we have been getting to our Translock² presentations in the last few weeks we have never been more bullish on the future." Image
About Double Crown Resources, Inc.
Double Crown Resources, Inc., is a publicly traded company in the natural resources industry. In addition to our minerals and global commodities supply business, we market the patent-pending, multi-advantage container system called Translock² (Translock Squared). This system is designed for highly efficient, economical and environmentally friendly shipment of aggregate commodities. Additionally, we hold a 100% interest in the Bateman gold and nickel prospect near Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. Double Crown Resources, Inc., originally founded in 2006, is based in Henderson, NV with marketing offices in Houston, TX.
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