Archive for September, 2014

Benefits of Roto Molded Cases

Thursday, September 11th, 2014

When looking for packaging solutions, especially when shipping delicate gear and instruments, it’s important to be aware of all your available option. One potential packing solution is the use of sturdy rotomold custom cases. Packing Stratagies Incorporated offers a number of rotomold cases suitable for transporting a wide variety of military goods and specialized technical equipment. Rotomold (which stands for rotationally molded) cases are made in machines which melt plastic and then rotates it until it takes the shape of a preinstalled metallic mold.

Roto-Molded Cases

While rotomold cases cannot be produced as quickly as those made via injection molding, Rotomold cases are much easier to make in larger sizes, and will naturally have thicker corners and edges, with thinner walls making it an ideal packaging solution for projects that require lightweight but durable cases. It’s also worth noting that, using rotational molding, manufacturers can customize wall thickness to achieve the optimal balance between weight and durability for your shipping needs, an option not available through other molding processes.

Rotational Molding is also a much more ecologically friendly process than injection or blow molding. It results in less waste and any excess can be melted down and reused in subsequent batches. Roto molded cases also allow the manufacturer greater.

Superior Roto Mold Manufacturing

If you’re looking for the Baltimore area’s premiere manufacturer of roto mold cases, and other kinds of custom casing, then look to Packing Stratagies Incorporated. PSI strives to create a durable product for our consumers that will not only meet their casing needs, but exceed their expectations. PSI has been serving the Baltimore area for over 50 years and continues to lead the area in the custom cases and shipping cases industry.

If you’re interested in learning more about our rotationally molded cases, please contact Packaging Strategies Inc. by calling 410-547-7877, email, or click here today!

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Customize your Case with Custom Foam Interiors

Friday, September 5th, 2014

Custom Foam Interior
Shipping delicate equipment can be a stressful and difficult process. The case being used must protect not only the outside of the equipment, but the inner workings of the equipment as well. In order to ensure the equipment is shipped without being damaged, consider custom foam interiors for your case. While some may think that a foam interior is unnecessary, a custom foam interior can hold several benefits for your equipment.

Foam Interior Benefits

1. Organization- A custom foam interior can be cut to incorporate compartments for each piece of equipment. This prevents parts from clanging together while in transport and makes packing easier. Everything will fit easily in the case when a foam interior maps out where each part belongs.
2. Protective Layer- While the strong outer surface of the case protects the external components of your equipment; a foam interior will protect the internal components. The foam will absorb any shock waves or sudden movements while in transport, making sure your equipment is safe and unharmed.
3. Temperature- Some equipment require certain temperatures to avoid damage. A foam interior will help maintain and balance the internal temperature of the case so your equipment is never damaged.
4. Clean- Custom foam interiors are cut to fit the specific case, which eliminates the need for messier packing materials.

At Packing Strategies Incorporated, we specialize in making and installing custom foam interiors for your custom cases. PSI understands that your equipment needs to be protected at all times during transportation, which is why we are continuously working to find new innovative ways to create custom cases and foam interiors. Located in Baltimore, Maryland, PSI is the only name you need to know when it comes to foam interiors.

Want to get started with Packaging Strategies Incorporated? Call us today at 410-547-7877, or visit our contact page here.

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