Four Types of Damage Your Custom Telecommunications Case Helps You Avoid

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Design a custom telecommunications case to protect your items through all conditions.

When you fail to spend the time, money, and effort searching for a suitable case and packaging for your sensitive telecommunications equipment, you are not doing all you can to protect your items. The ultimate choice for protecting any equipment you need to ship or travel with is creating a custom telecommunications case with Packaging Strategies, Inc. Our Design and Technology Center is experienced in creating the ideal protective packaging for your needs, complete with an indestructible exterior and custom-shaped foam cushioning that supports your equipment and protects it from internal damage. What impactful damage does your case help you avoid? 

Variable Weather Conditions

Your custom telecommunications case must be able to withstand a variety of weather conditions it may pass through during its journey. Packaging Strategies cases are durable, handling all movement between people and multiple transportation vehicles, airtight and watertight as well as MIL-STD-810G rated. This prevents any dust or sand from entering your case and impacting your equipment and prevents water and moisture from getting through if the case should experience rain or flooding. 

The Shock of Drop 

Electronics and telecommunications equipment are very delicate. The internal hardware can be irreversibly damaged if they are dropped suddenly. This impact is known in the industry as The Shock of Drop. You can avoid internal damage by creating a custom telecommunications case with enough cushioning to prevent shock absorption by the equipment. Your technology won’t break if the case drops, and it won’t suffer from internal malfunctions that surprise you on the job. 

Vibrations During Transit

Vibrations are essentially a series of minor impacts. Imagine traveling in a truck, for instance, and the fluctuating vibrations felt from the road surface, vehicle speed, and trailer structure. Throughout long transportation journeys, your equipment can experience a range of vibrations. These small impacts can have a ripple effect on your telecommunications equipment, which is held together by a series of specific elements and hardware. One of the primary challenges of designing the best custom telecommunications case for your needs is creating a case that does not amplify those shipping vibrations and, ideally, dampens the vibrations as much as possible. 

Damage From Equipment Impact

If your case contains multiple items, whether large or small or in-between, you must keep each item separate during transit. This means that if the case is dropped or accidentally placed upside down or sideways, the equipment does not fall onto each other. If it does, damage can occur. At a minimum, this could cause surface damage, like scratches on your equipment. 

If your equipment moves inside your case, you may open your case to find a mess at your destination. This slows down your unloading process and makes you look unprofessional and unprepared. To avoid damage to your equipment and reputation, create custom cushioning solutions that precisely hug each item to keep them in place no matter what. 


Packaging Strategies has assembled a team with over 100 years of experience in design, engineering, development, manufacturing, and sales. We created the Packaging Strategies Design and Technology Center to create and manufacture complete systems integration packages and container solutions of all sizes and materials for our clientele. Many of these clients are federal agencies or in the private sector. No matter what you need to carry, Packaging Strategies is sure to have the right case for the job. You can view our website here, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and LinkedIn.

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