Cargo Ship Power Bank

Cargo Ship Power Bank

Make waves with a power bank to keep all your devices charged

Did you know that cargo ships carry 90% of all traded goods? Thanks to these ships and their crews, we can order and ship almost anything all over the world. Showcase your support for this critical line of work with some custom cargo ship power banks from Logotech.

It can be challenging for freight crews to find spare outlets to charge their electronic devices. By giving them a power bank, they’ll be able to keep their devices fully charged at all times. That way, they won’t have to worry about spending their downtime waiting for their phone to charge.

Sometimes, severe waves and storms can cause power outages in parts of a ship. Crew members can keep their devices powered on as long as they have a power bank.

If you work for a shipping company, these custom cargoship power banks can be a great gift to give out to clients. Hand them out at expos or events as a way for visitors to remember your company. You can also place a bulk order of power banks to give to team members working on and off the ships.

Do you want to see what your logo will look like on one of our cargo ship power banks? Send over your logo today, and we can provide you with a free digital sample.


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How many custom power banks can I order?

A: You can order as few as 100 power banks at a time. Your account manager will assist you with placing a larger bulk order.


Q: What devices can your power banks charge?

A: We have power banks that can charge devices featuring USB-A, USB-C, micro-USB, and Lightning ports.


Q: How many charges do your power banks hold?

A: That all depends on the battery size of the device. On average, a power bank with a capacity of 5000mAh can provide two full phone charges worth of power. 


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Are you ready to see what your product looks like as a custom power bank? Check out all of our 100% Custom Products, then contact your Logotech Account Manager today to get started.