Custom Specialty Packaging Solutions

Custom Specialty Packaging & Crating:

Warehousing & Shipping
Dangerous Goods & Specialty Items

Protection Industries offers you more than 30 years specialty packaging and crating experience. Certified specialists in domestic and international shipping by air, sea and ground for dangerous goods and specialty items, Protection Industries also offers you expertise with military/government bids and packaging for warehousing.

Among the many dangerous goods and specialty items we can help you with are:

  • Aerosols, alcohol, batteries, explosives
  • Heavy equipment/machinery
  • Computers and electronics
  • Antiquities, rare/precious items, and fine art
  • Specialty foods, frozen foods, fresh fish (Sushi)
  • Furniture, particularly non-standard shapes/sizes
  • and much more.

Expert, Custom Services

Responding to your specific needs, Protection Industries will customize a solution to cover all aspects of packaging and crating, including regulatory compliance, documentation, or the safe warehousing of your hazardous goods or specialty products and items.

Offering you a comprehensive range of shipping and custom specialty packaging services including:

  • Hazardous Goods
  • Wood Crate
  • Non-standard Fiberboard Box
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Warehouse Services
  • MilSpec compliance for military and government bids

Are You Experiencing High Costs Associated with Theft, Damaged Goods, or Wrong Packaging?

Risk? We need to put the question if the customer is risking big fines.

For those of you who are experiencing a bad situation or high costs due to theft, damage or problems with your current packaging, please call (800) 460-6030 to speak with a specialist about your specific concern. Protective Industries can provide you with expert packaging surveys and studies to uncover the causes of your problems and develop a more effective solution that protects you and your shipments.

Hazardous Material Shipping

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) enacts and enforces all hazardous materials (hazmat) transportation laws in the United States. Compliance with DOT regulations is a requirement for any person who offers a hazardous material for transportation. Penalties for non-compliance with the rules are significant and could result in the following fines: Up to $250,000 and up to a year jail sentence for individuals. Up to $500,000 per incident for organizations. The Office of Environmental Health and Safety personnel have been trained and are available to help University departments in ensuring hazardous materials shipments are properly packaged, marked, labeled and have appropriate shipping

 

Avoid shipping frustration. Work with a company trusted around the globe to provide accurate, reliable service.

Call (704) 696-2600 now to speak with a Protection Industries specialist.
Control costs. Save time. Get shipped.

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