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Packaging Strategies Incorporated (PSI) and the Department of Defense

Friday, September 30th, 2011

The Department of Defense (DOD) – which is the governing body over all of the major military branches: the Army, Navy, and Air Force – was not officially established until 1947, when it was known as the National Military Establishment. The name was later changed to the DOD in 1949.

The mission of the DOD, whose headquarters are located in the Pentagon, is to provide the military forces needed to deter war and to protect the security of our country.

PSI has worked closely with every arm of our country’s defense forces, and ensured that the tactical and sensitive electronics they use arrive ready for deployment. What’s more, our case systems are easy to master and ensure that these same instruments arrive safely home from the zone of operations.

PSI has also stepped into the private sector, servicing hardware giants such as Dell and Northrop Grumman.

So if you have been asked to locate a case company that can quickly, and accurately, satisfy the demands of your superiors, you can put your trust in Packaging Strategies Incorporated. PSI’s years of experience and support team make this type of project easy to understand and execute. If you have an idea of what you need, we can turn it into reality.

Flexible, hard working and willing to guide clients, PSI produces quality work at prices that remain within budget.

If you have any questions, please contact Packaging Strategies Incorporated by calling 410.547.7877 or click here today!

Sinco 1990, PSI has evolved from a small organization focused on supporting the defense community to a multi-facated company serving both defense and private enterprises. Our expertise, qualified personnel and on-site production facilities allow us to meet and exceed every client’s needs.

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Sources:
The Department of Defense Online

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