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Infectious Substance / Biohazard Packaging

by | Wednesday, April 15, 2020

The transportation & storage of BioHazardous Materials such as medical specimens, medical waste and virulent, infectious substances require the utmost care and security. Because these substances can pose safety and health hazards, any cases used in shipping or transport must meet strict regulations and standards.  Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) cases & containers are subject to stringent UN and IATA guidelines, especially for air transport. To ensure compliance, it is critical to use only...

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How Rotomolding Produces Superior Shipping Cases

by | Friday, February 14, 2020

Many ways exist to modify and customize shipping containers used for moving electronics, musical instruments, medical equipment, weapons, military equipment and other items. But no matter how a case looks or what it is designed to hold, if it’s not strong enough to keep the items inside it safe, it’s of little value. This is why many companies prefer to go with polyethylene rotomolded cases. What is rotomolding? Rotomolding (or rotational molding) is a process that uses rotation to cause a...

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Why the Foam Material Inside Your Shipping Cases Is So Important

by | Friday, February 14, 2020

The word “foam” can mean many different things. When it comes to the foam inside shipping cases, it will pay you to know that there is a range of different foam qualities, and the quality you choose for your cases will have a lot to do with how well the case protects the items you’re shipping. Shipping case foam matters, and here’s why Foam cushioning is an integral part of a well-designed shipping case systemFoam is available in different densities to properly cushion and support item...

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How Shipping Case Color Affects Internal Temperature

by | Tuesday, January 28, 2020

One of the challenges many shippers of cargo face is keeping high levels of external heat from damaging their products. Electronics, medicines, some plastics and a variety of chemicals all can be seriously damaged if exposed to high temperatures for certain lengths of time. If you face this challenge, there are several ways to effectively address it. One is with the color of your shipping cases. How sun and heat affect the internal temperature of transit cases It’s fairly well-known that darker...

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