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November 1, 2009 - Tacoma, WA


Erudite today announces key features of the EAC all-modal cargo system that make it the “greenest” cargo system available for DoD use.

According to Bob Mooney, Erudite president, “the administration and defense department are getting serious about energy savings – and are beginning to recognize the power of the EAC to help them. They want to reduce empty space on cargo airplanes and ships, reduce inventory mis-shipments, while ensuring that the troops have what they need, when they need it.”

“The EAC is stackable, and can improve space utilization on military cargo aircraft by 37-50% over the 463L pallets, JMIC and Cadillac containers currently being used. That space savings translates into fuel savings on every trip. Pre-packed EACs fit cleanly into ISO intermodal containers, improving both space utilization and handling aboard ships. Sources estimate that, currently, as much as 33% of ISO containers are not filled to capacity. In effect, a typical 5400 TEU ship carries the equivalent of 1800 empty containers – wasting fuel, space, and handling. The EAC allows that space to be recaptured while reducing handling costs,” said Dale Hedrick, Director of EAC Product Design.

About Erudite Inc. Based in Tacoma Washington, Erudite is an emerging leader in cargo security and counter-terrorism technology and services.

For more information, contact Bob Mooney at 561-789-9303 or bob.mooney@erudite.net


November 1, 2009 - Tacoma, WA


Erudite today announces “retrograde knockdown” models of the revolutionary EAC all-modal cargo.

According to Bob Mooney, Erudite president, “The EAC can be disassembled, and folded into a flat configuration that is 70-75% smaller than fully-assembled containers. This saves the customer tremendous space when performing retrograde moves, as well as pre-positioning empty containers for rapid extraction.”

“The EAC’s walls, doors, and top can be removed in the field, and snapped securely onto the base for shipment,” said Dale Hedrick, Director of EAC Product Design. These features also make that the EAC is modular. “If a wall panel is damaged, it can be removed and replaced with an identical panel taken from inventory or ‘borrowed’ from another container. This means that the customer’s EAC containers will stay in continuous service far longer than JMIC’s, Cadillacs, and other unitized containers that are removed from service when any damage occurs,” Hedrick stated.

About Erudite Inc. Based in Tacoma Washington, Erudite is an emerging leader in cargo security and counter-terrorism technology and services.

For more information, contact Bob Mooney at 561-789-9303 or bob.mooney@erudite.net