At Pack-All International, we understand you may have anxiety about potential damage during packing and shipping – and one of the best custom shipping products that provides the best possible shipping protection is the wooden crate.
If you need to ship materials or finished products, then custom wood packaging from Pack-All International has your solution – our custom wooden crates in Toronto, Mississauga and throughout the GTA offers a variety of high-quality packaging boxes to meet your diverse needs. We offer fast, reliable, and cost-effective methods to ensure your products arrive at their destination safe and undamaged.
Throughout the years, people have shipped many interesting things, from bricks to pillows to pineapples. In a previous blog, we discussed some items you cannot ship in a crate. But you still may have questions about something you want to ship. Perhaps you need to ship medical materials for your business. Here are some guidelines on common questionable items and how you can ship them.
Pack-All International has been a leader in the preservation packaging industry since 1976, offering innovative, unique packing solutions that keeps our customers returning again and again. This is why we continue to offer a variety of high quality packaging materials to ensure your products arrive at their destination safe and undamaged.
The transportation of sensitive and fragile equipment or products needs the use of specific packing equipped with dedicated mounts for shock and vibration isolation. Shock mount packaging is the safest and the most preferred option for highly fragile and delicate items such as electronic equipment or chemical compounds.
Has your business been expanding? If you're thinking of branching out by taking your products or services abroad, there are several things you'll need to do first. Follow these five key steps to start out right.
Sue the Dinosaur has travelled the globe. As the best preserved, most complete and largest Tyrannosaurus Rex fossil archeologists have ever discovered, she remains in high demand throughout the world’s finest natural history museums. While her home remains the Chicago Field Museum, Sue’s prehistoric visage has been seen by dinosaur enthusiasts in places like Australia, Japan, Kuwait, and Venezuela. But how?
You can rely on wooden crates to ship just about anything, including military spec packaging and museum artwork. They give you a powerful protective layer that safeguards your items while they ship to another location. However, unless you've done the necessary preparation, shipping some items may prove dangerous for the crate and the workers who move it.
Every day, your company ships a lot of freight. You know the ropes, so you're able to ship your exports with a minimum of fuss—until you decide to ship heavy machinery. Suddenly, the entire shipping process is more complicated than it was before.
If you’ve ever been in a grocery store, you’ve probably seen a wooden pallet or two lying around. These sturdy squares of slatted wood are the workhorses of the shipping industry. Companies use pallets to transport everything from cantaloupes to computers.
Whether you own a small music shop or manage a whole symphony, shipping musical instruments can be stressful. Some of these instruments are art as much as they are functional, and they can cost quite a lot of money. Many musicians are emotionally attached to their instruments as well.
Bubble wrap is a staple shipping product in any package you send. Everything from fine china to industrial equipment probably encounters bubble wrap at some point in its journey. And if you have to move an entire office or ship large, heavy objects, you’ll likely see a lot of bubble wrap before you’re done. But have you ever thought about where bubble wrap comes from, and what makes it such a good shipping material? While you deal with a stressful move, take a moment to relax with some interesting facts about everyone’s favorite packing product.