If you’re reading this, you probably already know that Pelican-Hardigg cases are incredible feats of engineering. From tiny to gargantuan, they come standard in a huge collection of case sizes and configurations.
Our friends at MDT Magazine let Custom Case Group’s President Tim Jennings weigh in on the importance of materials in custom case construction.
If we can customize packaging for some of the world’s most renowned historical artifacts, we can certainly take on any project a client brings our way.
Our reputation for quality and expertise is the result of decades of attention to detail and integrity in all aspects of business and fabrication. We put our best effort forth in everything we do, and that’s the secret to our success.
For centuries it’s hauled everything from pirate treasure to the Baroque harpsichord. Today, wood/composite material is still a top material for transport cases.
Custom Case Group has standard aluminum cases manufactured by top companies like Zarges in over 200 sizes, but thanks again to aluminum’s machinability, these cases are simple to manufacture in custom sizes as well.
Due to extreme environments, life-saving drones have great potential for product failure. Rapidly increasing demand for this tech intensifies the risk.
When it comes to shipping, you’ve got options. Three of the most common options are cardboard boxes, reusable custom containers and wooden crates. We put together an infographic to help you decide which option is right for you.
As unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) manufacturers begin to take on the business of building a better world, drone applications ranging from vital organ delivery to ocean lifeguarding have been finding their way into the news.
Engineered Packaging Solutions CEO Tim Jennings makes the case for customized packaging, offering five no-brainer reasons why your tech needs and deserves the care and consideration of a custom case.