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The Case for Athletic Cases

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When athletes hit the road, their gear goes with them. For equipment-heavy sports like football, hockey or skiing, that's a significant amount of gear - especially for an entire team.

As equipment managers know, transporting a team's equipment from the locker room to the field or ice is complicated enough - to say nothing of cross-country or international flights. Athletic trainers face a similar challenge; their medical equipment needs to be portable enough to get on and off the field quickly, but durable enough to double as an exam table for an injured athlete.

Getting athletic equipment from one place to another is only part of the undertaking - the gear needs to be secured so that it arrives safely. While some sports gear is durable (and even designed for impact), there are plenty of fragile materials necessary for athletic competition as well.

For example, we recently built a customized case for Mike Schultz, a professional snowboarder who competed in the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games. Mike, who designed and built his own prosthetic leg, needed to transport his leg and snowboard equipment halfway across the world - and it needed to arrive unscathed and in perfect working order. He came to us, and we built him a custom case that delivered. Read the full case study to find out what we made for Mike (and how many medals he brought home!).

From protective gear to fragile medical equipment, Custom Case Group can build athletic cases for any and all sports equipment - no matter how large, complicated, fragile or specialized.

Our full line of athletic cases includes:

  • TablePRO: sturdy, portable treatment tables with ample storage space
  • MobileMed: shipping cases with drawers, bins, shelves and a tabletop
  • CheckMate: compact trainer cases that meet checked baggage requirements of most airlines
  • SplitTop: flip-top lid cases that keep supplies organized and accessible
  • SideLine: athletic equipment trunks made especially for bulky gear
  • HotelPRO: travel cases with gliding drawers, tilt bins, removable trays and more

Learn more about how we build custom cases for athletic gear and many other industries, or contact us at (855) 627-1445 or



5 Tips for Veterinarians Going Mobile

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Are you a veterinarian thinking about going mobile?

In the last decade, the veterinary practice landscape has changed dramatically, with many veterinarians forgoing the traditional brick-and-mortar clinic in favor of a mobile practice.

In a world where individualized products and services are increasingly available, many pet owners prefer the convenience of mobile clinics. But it’s not just about the clients; mobile vet clinics are less expensive to maintain and operate for the vets themselves. For example, Veterinary Practice News estimated that launching a traditional stationary practice required an investment of about $1,000,000 – compared to approximately $250,000 for a mobile practice.

If you’re considering going the mobile route, here’s your 10-step beginner’s guide.

1) Develop a business model.

The first step in starting a mobile vet clinic is to map out your clinic’s services. Start by asking yourself a few key questions:

  • What kind of animals will you be seeing?
  • Will you have more than one veterinarian on staff?
  • Will you provide basic or comprehensive veterinary care?
  • What is your geographic range for treatment?
  • When will the clinic be open?
  • What will your services cost?

2) Do the math … Taking into account your business plan, make sure you have, or are applying for, the financial resources you need to invest in equipment, staffing and other costs associated with launching a business.

3) … and the paperwork. Every business requires permits, licenses and insurance – and a mobile clinic is no exception. In addition to needing a commercial or business driver’s license, you will also need a business license, DEA license, a current veterinary license for your state and, in some places, a controlled substance license for certain medications.

4) Develop your brand. Now it’s time to get creative! Come up with a name and logo for your business. Try to choose a name that’s relatively short and easy to remember – but that also reflects the personality and tone of you and your staff.

5) Hire employees. Speaking of staff, whether you’ll be a single or multi-vet practice, you’ll most likely need an extra set of hands on a daily basis. Find a qualified and capable vet tech to support your practice.

6) Get the equipment you need. The name says it all. Your mobile practice relies on two things: mobility and veterinary care. In addition to purchasing a vehicle, you also have to have it stocked with the equipment you need.

7) Protect your equipment. Your business is only as successful as the care you provide. A lot of the tools vets use to treat patients with are expensive and fragile, so protecting them is critical – particularly in a mobile environment. Here at Custom Case Group, we are experts at crafting customized reusable storage solutions for medical equipment. With a wide array of materials to choose from, we will make sure your equipment is safe and ready for when you need it – so that you can focus on your patients.

8) Advertise. Get the word out to people in your area. Your practice vehicle should advertise your services and include contact information, and you should have a simple and functional but attractive website where people can learn more about your business and how to get in touch with you. Be sure to create business pages on Google, Yelp and similar sites. Bonus: Create a Facebook or Instagram account, and consider social media advertising as well.

9) Network. Join groups like the American Association of House Call Veterinarians and start connecting with other pet-related businesses in your area, including pet walkers and sitters and your local 24-hour emergency care veterinary practice.

10) Get ready for a shift. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a recent graduate, a mobile practice will be unlike any veterinary experience you’ve had before. You’ll get the chance to interact with pets – and their owners – in their natural habitats.


On the Road Again: Traveling With Athletic Equipment

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In team sports, it’s a common refrain that the “home team” has an advantage. Most chalk it up to familiarity with the home field and the faith of a home team’s fans, but anyone who’s gone on the road with a sports team knows that the hassle of travel can be a big disadvantage.

Traveling with athletic equipment presents challenges for coaches, managers, parents and solo enthusiasts alike. The materials used to make different sporting equipment and the wildly varying shapes and sizes to consider make packing without the right preparations difficult. Whether you are trying to get a group of rowdy teenagers on the road, are running a professional or semi-pro team, or are simply a traveler who’s planning to get sporty wherever you end up, here are some simple tips to help you make the best of your time away from home.   

  1. Defend your equipment against humidity.

Whether you’re hauling uniforms, basketballs, saddles or rifles, remember that humidity is your enemy. Damp conditions can mildew fabric, degrade leather and rubber, and rust prized hunting gear. Some people combat this issue with dehumidifying substances like silica packets, which can only go so far. Combining a dehumidifying agent with a waterproof custom case, especially if it’s lined with water-resistant foam, can keep moisture at bay and protect your gear.

  1. Consider versatile storage.

Almost any athletic activity has several pieces of equipment you’ll have to account for if you’re going on the road. For example, bats, gloves and helmets pack very differently to one another. Skis, boots and bulky outerwear do too. For sports with lots of gear, consider a custom case that’s designed to be versatile. For example, a Wilson athletic case can be customized to your needs, with multiple compartments and drawers that can hold a range of athletic equipment with ease.

  1. Prioritize protection where it’s needed.

Not every piece of equipment must be handled with special care. For durable materials that aren’t likely to be damaged by humidity, like laminated wood or rustproof metals, a simple case with a custom foam insert that immobilizes the equipment during transport is a great choice. For low-value items that take up a lot of space, a wooden shipping crate can do the trick. If you prioritize properly, you’ll have enough resources to get the best protection for equipment that truly needs it.

  1. Get insurance for expensive equipment, and adhere to anti-theft best practices.

Our custom polyurethane cases with waterjet-cut foam interiors protect even the most delicate items, so they’re probably the closest thing to insurance that we sell. But even the best cases can’t account for theft, accidents and human error. Get insurance for any expensive items, and include the value of their custom cases when taking out a policy, too. Always make sure to note serial numbers for your possessions whenever possible, and consider affixing your name and contact information to equipment in case of loss or theft. These measures can be a huge help when dealing with law enforcement (or good citizens who want to return a lost item).

With a proper custom athletic case and a little prior planning, you may be able to take that home-field advantage anywhere.


A New Reality: How the AR and VR Trend Is Changing the Medical Device Industry

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The explosion of augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) technology in recent years, especially as entertainment, has been an exciting trend to follow. AR is the augmentation of real places and situations with a virtual component, and is fast becoming part of everyday life. VR is the creation of a new reality with sensory data transmitted through special hardware, and can seem like something out of a science fiction novel. 

While AR and VR technologies for gaming and social media certainly do present new avenues for fun, more and more industries are realizing their commercial and scientific potential. The medical industry is no different, and leading-edge companies are already taking their products and prototypes on the road. These technologies are creating new learning opportunities and changing established workflows – while making waves at product expos and live demonstrations. Here are some of the ways that AR and VR are changing how organizations and health care professionals approach medicine:


AR-enabled glasses that display patient information are a great example of how AR can help HCPs. Instead of relying on tablets and clunky terminals, it’s becoming increasingly likely that most clinicians will turn to a highly portable, hands-free approach. The companies that sell these devices cite some amazing functionality: assistance with IV placement and blood draws, gesture-based technology for recording files or accessing new information, portable ultrasound display and more. As demand increases for these lightweight and portable technologies, it will be especially important to have a trusted source for medical-grade custom cases that are durable enough for frequent use. At Custom Case Group, we have experience in creating cases for the most delicate and sensitive medical devices, so we’re up to the challenge.


VR technologies typically have a more substantial hardware component than AR. In the case of VR headsets, they usually work in tandem with other devices to define an area of VR that you can move in and act upon with a controller or tool. All of this is powered by sensor technology. Instead of overlaying data on visuals you’re already seeing, VR has the potential to make you see and hear a world that’s entirely unreal. Because the reality that’s shown is only limited by processing power and imagination, amazing things are possible – like seeing someone’s veins as you’re practicing a sensitive operation, or seeing someone’s heart as you perform CPR. This has enormous potential in health care education, an angle many health care training and simulation companies are already capitalizing on.

The complexity of VR systems makes them especially tricky to transport. Components that range from small plastic controllers to unwieldy simulation mannequins pack very differently from one another. These systems can also be time-consuming to set up. When paired with a waterproof plastic case, a custom foam interior with a thoughtfully designed layout can do wonders to protect VR systems and facilitate easy packing and unpacking when on the go.

These new technological modalities are highly portable and will continue to grow in importance in medical practices. We’ll ensure that you can travel with and ship these fragile items safely – so that they can keep helping save lives.



The Benefits of Aluminum Custom Cases

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We believe in the right material for the job. That’s why we offer custom cases from a wide range of manufacturers, using a wide range of materials. We offer cases made from rotomolded plastic, metal-enforced high-density plywood and more. But today, we’re going to talk about the benefits of custom cases made from aluminum.


The aluminum case manufacturer we work with is Zarges. Zarges is a German company that was founded in 1933. For more than 80 years, they’ve been building high-quality aluminum cases that are used today in everything from medical storage to Antarctic expeditions.


So, what makes aluminum cases so appealing?


High Strength, Low Weight

There’s a reason why aluminum has been the material of choice for aircraft construction during most of the modern era. It’s strong, and it’s light. That same strength-to-weight ratio, which supports high-performance aircraft as they hurtle through the sky, does a great job of creating highly durable, protective custom cases with a minimum weight.


Hygienic & Easy to Decontaminate

Aluminum is a very smooth, non-porous and durable surface. This makes it easy to keep it clean and hygienic. It’s one reason why aluminum cases can be a great option for medical devices and applications, where sterilization and hygiene are critical considerations.


Getting Banged Around Isn’t an Issue

Aluminum is a strong material that resists impacts, and can do a great job of protecting its contents. Under very high pressure, it’s possible for aluminum to be dented or deformed. But even the very act of that deformation absorbs energy to protect the case’s contents.


UV Rays? Not a Problem

Lots of materials degrade over time when exposed to UV rays from direct sunlight. Leave many cases out in the sun for a long period of time, and you can expect them to fade and lose strength. Leave an aluminum case out in the sun, and it’ll warm up. That’s about it.


Extreme Temps? Fantastic!

Aluminum is stable from -238°F all the way up to 302°F. The former’s about 100° lower than the lowest temperature ever recorded, while the latter’s close to 100° higher than the temperature that water boils at.



Fully Recyclable

Now, it’s likely that any aluminum case you buy from us will outlive you, but in the event that your needs change, it’s good to know that the aluminum in your Zarges case is completely recyclable. A great choice for a custom case, and a great choice for the planet.


All the Certifications You Could Ever Want

Out of the box, Zarges cases are tested to comply with a big list of certifications. Don’t see the certification you’re interested in on this list? We can build, test and certify your case to additional standards, based on your specifications.

  • IP65

  • IP67

  • ATA 300, Category 1

  • MIL-STD-810

  • MIL-STD-461

  • DIN EN 60 529

  • UN-Certified for the Transport of Dangerous Goods

  • MIL-T28800

  • MIL-STD-285

  • ICE 34-5/529


Find the Right Aluminum Case for You

Interested in what a custom aluminum case could do for you? Check out our selection of Zarges custom cases, or just contact our team for a quote on the perfect custom aluminum case for your needs.



Decoding the IP Code

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When you’re shopping for a custom case to protect valuable equipment, terms like waterproof, water-resistant, dustproof and dust-resistant aren’t really specific enough. How waterproof is waterproof? How dust-resistant is dust-resistant? 

That’s where the IP Code comes in. The IP Code stands for International Protection Marking, but it’s also commonly referred to as Ingress Protection Marking.

 In short, the IP Code gives you detailed information about how well something resists intrusion from dust and water. 

The IP Code is made up of two digits. You may be familiar with ratings like IP65, IP66 or IP67. The first digit indicates how well the object protects against intrusion from solids and dust, and the second indicates how well the object protects against intrusion from water and other liquids. A higher number generally means more protection.

A Sample IP Rating





“Ingress Protection” or “International Protection”

First digit: Protection against solids and dust

Second digit: Protection against water and other liquids


3 Things to Know – FAA Drone Pilot Program Announcement

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Last week, the FAA kicked off the UAS Integration Pilot Program, which happens to be seriously good news for the commercial drone industry.

At CCG, our flagship branded product is the DroneHangar line of cases for UAVs of all shapes and sizes and that do all kinds of jobs. Because of that – and because we happen to be a bunch of drone enthusiasts – we like to keep up with the latest when it comes to our nation’s blooming commercial drone industry.


5 Signs Your Trade Show Booth Design Is Outdated

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No one wants to be outdated. Remember middle school? Unfortunately, the business world isn’t much different, so don’t let your outdated trade show booth design make your company the biggest geek at the expo. Because, just like in middle school, being outdated can mean fewer dates. Only, in the business world, those dates aren’t with the popular kids – they’re with paying clients and customers.


5 Tips for Choosing Custom Cut Foam for Shipping

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These 5 Pieces of Advice Could Save Time and Money (and Help You Avoid Headaches)

If you’ve got some extremely fragile and valuable cargo ready to ship, you’re probably in the market for a strong shipping case with custom cut foam (and if you aren’t in the market, you should be!). Follow these five guidelines for choosing a case with custom cut foam, and you just might avoid the embarrassment and expense of “broken-on-arrival” shipments.


EVA Foam – 3 Things to Know (Cheat Sheet)

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Get the lowdown on the world’s most remarkable moldable material—ethylene vinyl acetate

Here at CCG, EVA foam (otherwise known as ethylene vinyl acetate) material is in high demand. And for good reason. This space-age stuff is probably the most versatile moldable material in the world. It’s soft, resilient and has compression-recovery characteristics that are second to none.


How to Handle a Drone Crash in 4 Steps

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As a manufacturer of custom protective cases for drones, we’ve heard plenty of drone crash stories. And, in just about every one of those tales of woe, there’s that moment of panic when the operator is standing before a big mess, totally unsure what to do next. So, we put together this quick, four-step guide that you—our fellow drone-loving friends—can refer to in the event of a high-flying emergency. Read on!


Your Shipping Options (Part 3): Reusable Cases

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Finally! We’ve reached the final post in our three-part series on “Your Shipping Options.” In Part 1, we gave you the low down on cardboard boxes, and in Part 2, we talked about wooden crates. It just so happens that the very last post just happens to be on our very favorite topic—reusable cases! Surprise!


Things Keep Going Green

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And we keep getting to write about it!

Our President Tim Jennings got the privilege of writing a brand-new article about going green in the shipping industry on this month.


Farming Drones Everywhere!

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Check Out Our Article in Western Farm Press

CCG’s President Tim Jennings has been at it again…this time appearing in Western Farm Press Online! His latest article on smart farming drones and related technologies touches on three of the most important ways smart farming drones promise to help feed our future generations.


Your Shipping Options (Part 1): Cardboard Boxes

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Welcome friends! This post is numero uno in a series of three we’re putting together to give you the lowdown on the three main shipping options out there: cardboard boxes, wooden crates and reusable cases. I’m sure you can figure out which of the three is our favorite. But what you might not know is that there are some great reasons behind our love for reusable cases, and they go way beyond our own business interests!


Shipping Fragile Items – A Cheat Sheet

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Shipping fragile items can be a nerve-racking experience, especially when expensive electronics are involved. But if you check out our latest article on Electronics Protection Magazine Online, you’ll find an oh-so-helpful cheat sheet to make the experience a little less harrowing.


So What Does a ‘Custom Cases’ Company Do?

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A lot goes into building custom cases, especially when you manufacture them for clients in more than fourteen industries! If there’s one thing we’ve learned over the last several years, it’s that everything is interesting if you dig a little deeper. So dig in and learn a little bit more about what a custom cases manufacturer really does.


3 Healthcare Industry Trends

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In a recent in article on the Electronics Protection Magazine website, our President, Tim Jennings, offers up some insights into what we think is the most exciting of the current healthcare industry trends—mobile medicine. Because we’ve been making custom cases for medical devices for decades, we get a type of “behind the scenes” look at the industry trends here at CCG. And, lately, we’re seeing strong evidence that things are on the move—most literally!


6 Tips to Keep Your RC Drone Flying High

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Calling all RC drone pilots! If you missed CCG President Tim Jennings’ article on earlier this year, it’s time to check it out. In the article, titled “The 6 Do’s of Drone Protection,” Tim lays out six of the most important things you can do to make sure your investment remains in ship shape condition for as long as possible. To peak your interest, here’s a list of the tips: 


Pelican Case Toughness — Mystery Solved! [Video]

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Ever wondered what’s behind the legendary toughness of the Pelican case? This video from the testing lab gives you the inside scoop.

Okay, so Pelican case toughness is not exactly a mystery, but it is pretty darn interesting. Every day, millions of companies trust their precious cargo to the legendary protection these cases provide, without a thought for the “why” behind that famous durability.


Latest Pelican Case Tech – We Got It!

butterfly carrying pelican air case
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You asked for the latest Pelican case tech, and we delivered. CCG now stocks the Pelican-Hardigg™ V-Series and the Pelican ™ Air—world’s lightest protector case.

We’ve just sent a press release out on the wire, but we wanted to make sure our blog readers got the latest news about our Pelican case inventory, too. We’re super excited to let you all know we know have Pelican-Hardigg V-Series and Pelican Air cases ready and waiting to fulfill your most complex case protection needs! These two case lines represent Pelican’s most advanced technological developments to date. Read on and we’ll tell you why.


How to Choose the Best Drone UAV Case

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Our most recent article on offers up some great pointers for those looking to pick the ideal drone UAV case

You don’t want to miss CCG President Tim Jennings’ most recent article on—especially if you just spent a bundle on a new drone or UAV! The article, titled, “What to Look for in a Drone Case,” gives readers an in-depth breakdown of the most important factors to consider when picking a case. Here’s a quick overview of the main points in the article.


DroneHangar Cases for Yuneec Q500 [Product Review]

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As the drone market continues to grow in leaps and bounds, interest in the Typhoon Q500 series is growing just as fast. With its unique specs, outstanding navigation capabilities, and (we think) super cool design, this is a piece of technology you’ll want to keep in top condition for years to come. Depending on your needs, Custom Case Group’s DroneHangar PRO & LITE case series has what you need to do just that.


DroneHangar Cases for DJI Phantom 3 [Product Review]

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The DJI Phantom 3 series got even more awesome this month with the release of the DJI Phantom 3 4K,  a Wi-Fi-enabled drone combining all the best features from the series. If this mean machine is in your future, you’re going to need an even meaner case to keep it safe, sound and scratch-free. Fortunately, DroneHangar Pro & Lite are two excellent options, depending on your needs.


Materials Matter: Part 1 — Plastics: 5 Tactics Behind Plastics For Custom Cases

custom cut foam
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While from the outside it might seem like a box is a box, nothing could be further from the truth when it comes to transport cases. Take a $270 million MRI machine: Even miniscule exposure to the elements during transport could mean disaster for this device (and the company transporting it). Enter plastic cases. These cases, which are either injection-molded or thermoformed from rugged, durable plastic, serve as protection powerhouses thanks to five outstanding plastic capabilities.


'Custom ATA Cases' - What They Are & Why You Need Them

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Custom ATA cases have a history dating back almost a century. In 1936, a small group of airlines formed the Air Transport Association (ATA), a trade organization whose goal was to promote and support the air transportation industry. Today, the association is responsible for the bulk of industry regulations and standardized practices—including making sure reusable shipping cases meet strict standards for safety, durability, and protection.


Custom Foam Inserts For Your Pelican Case

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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. And thanks to modern customizations like custom foam inserts and cushioning, custom case sizes, data and power ports, shock mounts, removable racks, and temperature controlled interiors, there’s virtually no limit to what Pelican cases can carry these days. Following are a few of the ways customizations like custom foam inserts can make your Pelican a total powerhouse.


Engineered Packaging Solutions Protects Titanic Artifacts

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In the early hours of April 15, 1912, one of the most tragic disasters in maritime history occurred off the Newfoundland coast. After hitting an iceberg, the R.M.S. Titanic, the ship that supposedly “even God couldn't sink,” met a watery end on the last leg of its maiden voyage, breaking apart and sinking down to the ocean floor two miles below. The loss of life was catastrophic. Due to a shortage of lifeboats and a disorganized evacuation, 1,500 passengers died in those cold Atlantic waters, and many, though certainly not all, were passengers relegated to the third class. Ever since, the ship, its demise and the unnecessary loss of life has stood as a metaphor for technological hubris, an example of the disproportionate suffering of the marginalized social and economic classes, and a humbling reminder as to what can happen when overconfidence trumps good sense.

The world's fascination with the Titanic has never waned, and for decades, organizations and individuals worked tirelessly, but fruitlessly, to locate the sunken ship's coordinates in order to explore, recover and learn more about what went wrong on that fateful night. It wasn't until 1985 that explorers finally located the ship's exact resting point. Since then, organizations such as Titanic International Society, a New Jersey-based non-profit dedicated to preserving the history and artifacts of the Titanic, have contrived to recover and restore pieces of the ship and its contents for study, commemoration and historical insight.

In the late 1990s, the Titanic International Society contracted with Engineered Packaging Solutions (EPS) to develop custom cases for the safe transport of recovered artifacts. After consulting with society director George Tollach and society head curator Stephen Pennick, EPS provided custom cases for a variety of items, including a complete porthole from the side of the ship, the cherub at the end of the grand staircase, and many items from the engine room, including wrenches, lumps of coal and a throttle control.

Items of particular interest for which EPS developed protective cases were the steam whistles from the ship's main smoke stack. After more than 85 years at the bottom of the sea, in 1999 these whistles were carefully resurrected, restored and transported within EPS custom cases to the Titanic Exhibit at St. Paul's Union Depot in Minnesota, where they sounded again for a crowd of thousands.

While it's true that transporting fragile artifacts from one of history's most famous ships does not make up the bulk of our business, here at EPS, we love this story because it is indicative of the level of care and attention we put into every custom case we make. 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. We're proud to be a part of the Titanic recovery efforts and know that we were afforded this opportunity because of the care and capability that we bring to every project we take on.


Custom Photography Helps Custom Case Group Build First-Rate Online Presence

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Here at the Custom Case Group, we don’t do anything halfway. Our partner companies are known throughout the packaging industry for engineered cases and custom inserts that are durable, protective and constructed to perfectly support their contents. 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.


Materials Matter: Part 3 — Wood/Composite Transport Cases: An Old Standby

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So far in our series, you’ve learned a bit about plastic and aluminum case materials, and you’ve learned a lot about how choosing the right material for transport cases requires thought and consideration. As we like to say, a box is certainly not a box. Here, in Part 3 of our “Materials Matter” series, we give you a rundown of the tried and true wood/composite case. Put to work long ago to haul everything from pirate treasures to the Baroque harpsichord, there’s a reason this material is still being used for custom cases hundreds of years later. Following are a few of the features behind these all-time favorite custom cases.


Materials Matter: Part 2 — Aluminum: The Magical Metal for Custom Cases

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Life-Saving Drone Tech Is Transforming Custom Cases from a Great Idea into a Total Necessity

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Engineered Packaging Solutions CEO Tim Jennings’s article, “3 Ways OEMs Must ‘Think Outside The Box’ for Medical Drone Tech,” was recently published in Medical Design Technology Magazine. We’re excited to report that the article was also selected as a feature in the publisher’s upcoming newsletter. In the article, Tim discusses how the development of medical applications for UAVs is booming, promising to open up an entirely new realm for life-saving technology.


UAV Manufacturers Face A Gritty, Salty Challenge With Rescue Drone Development

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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. According to a recent Mayo Clinic Blog post, life-saving drone development, in particular, is picking up speed in the U.S., as the nation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) plans to ease its restrictions on UAVs in the national airspace sometime in 2015.


5 Quick Reasons Your Tech Needs A Custom Case

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Depending on corrugated cardboard rather than a custom case to house and transport an extraordinarily intricate tech device used to save people’s lives is a bad idea. You could even say it’s tantamount to rope towing a Ferrari behind a Chevy truck. Who would do that? But, believe it or not, in today’s medical world, the ‘supercars’ of mobile technology are all too often being dragged at the end of the rope. In a recent Medical Design Technology Magazine article, 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. Here they are:


We’re Now Proud Members of the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI)

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We’re happy to announce that Custom Case Group is a member of the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), the leading organization devoted to advancing the unmanned systems and robotics community.

For years, we’ve built cases to protect, transport and store many drones, UAVs and UAV components used by the military, private companies and individuals, so joining the AUVSI is a natural move for us.


Introducing DroneHangar

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We’re happy to introduce a brand-new division of the Custom Case Group, Drone Hangar Cases.

Drone Hangar cases are available now to fit DJI’s popular Phantom Vision 2 and 2+ series and Inspire 1 drones, as well as the Align ML 470 and the Cheerson CX-20. We are adding many new products weekly for other Drone models. The “Hangar Pro” line is built using industry-leading Pelican and Pelican Storm cases with custom foam inserts that precisely fit the drones, controllers, batteries and accessories. The “Hangar Lite” soft bag line is a perfect cost effective product for those who require an economical hand carry solution.


Engineered Packaging Solutions (EPS) Donates Hardigg Cases To Local Rescue Team

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Engineered Packaging Solutions, a California based company specializing in custom cases for multiple industries, recently made a large donation of reusable Hardigg shipping cases to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s San Dimas Mountain Rescue Team. The San Dimas Mountain Rescue Team is one of eight All-Volunteer Search and Rescue Teams that function as specialized units of the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department. Though the department furnishes the team with facilities, some vehicles and life-saving equipment to perform core SAR functions within County standards, the team is mostly funded by donations and grants from generous donors and supporters.

The law enforcement cases that Engineered Packaging Solutions have donated will be used by the Rescue team to hold cold weather clothing, rescue gear, medical supplies, swift water gear and other life saving equipment. In the past, rescue gear was stored in warehouses or in the back of trucks making organization of many rescues a lot more difficult. These water tight cases allow for better organization of equipment, greater protection from the elements, and quicker response times. Some of the Pelican custom cases donated were also provided to other areas within the Sheriff’s Department such as Aero Bureau, Homicide, and local stations.

“Donations of this type are very much appreciated during these tough economic times when donations seem to slow down” said Sgt Dave Smail upon receiving this gift from EPS. To donate to the San Dimas Mountain Rescue Team please contact them at 909-394-4705 or visit their website at The team is recognized by the State of California as a Charitable Corporation and by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) non-profit tax-exempt corporation. That means your contributions to the Team may be tax-deductible (check with your tax expert). They are a 100% volunteer organization, so every dollar received goes directly to team training, operations and equipment.


Engineered Packaging Solutions and SCS Launch New Website

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Engineered Packaging Solutions (EPS) and SCS, two of the foremost names in custom case manufacturing, have joined forces to launch a new website dedicated to meeting the specialty casing needs of individuals and industries worldwide.

Our new website, operating under the name: Custom Case Group, combines decades of custom case manufacturing experience with the capabilities of two strategically located U.S. offices in San Dimas, California and Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. The site features online purchasing options from industry-leading manufacturers, including Anvil, Pelican-Hardigg, and Parker Plastics, as well as engineered customizations developed using the latest in design technology, materials, and fabricated, die-cut and water-jet foam forming techniques.

Whether the perfect materials are plastic, aluminum or wood composite; whether the case is designed and built to protect cameras and computers in a rugged military application, or to shuttle precisely calibrated scientific instruments between laboratories; for years, we have supplied the protective casings needed for sensitive situations. Now, with the launch of the Custom Case Group website, it will be even easier for customers in industries including law enforcement, aerospace, shipping and manufacturing to resource EPS and SCS as protective case providers.

With this new tool, our business partners can easily and quickly evaluate casing options, using the site’s informational pages to guide them in developing a plan of action. We have tapped our years of experience with a dynamic clientele to build a site that is organized and useful for the range of needs and applications we encounter each day. Not only will the Custom Case Group partnership be a resource for exploring new industries, but the website will also help us better serve the needs of our core client base, ranging from military and medical to sales and original equipment manufacturers (OEM’s).

Visitors to the new site can browse our custom case options by manufacturer, and our search box allows shoppers to quickly find the option best suited to their needs. Whether you need one custom case or one thousand, the Custom Case Group is here to help.

Thank you for visiting our new website. Please browse around and explore how we can help meet your packaging needs. If you have questions or would like to speak to a representative, give us a call at 1-855-627-1445. Or get in touch via live chat for immediate assistance.