Heavy Machinery Packaging

Heavy Machinery Packaging? Weight and Size Challenges? Does your equipment fall in one or more of the following categories?

Your equipment is Heavy and has one or several Point Loads. Anything more than 10,000kg of weight is considered Heavy

Your equipment is not standard size but ODC(Over Dimensional Cargo). Cargo is ODC when the length, width or height is more than that of a standard container

Your equipment is Shipping to a remote location where access to Material Handling Equipment isn’t available. The desired Material Handling Equipment may not be available at various transit points.

Your equipment is Sensitive to dust and shocks and requires Weather Proofing. Equipment may also be prone to Rusting

We specialise in Heavy Machinery Packaging, packaging Oversize (ODC), Over-weight and difficult to handle cargo. We can manufacture export boxes of any size and ensure that your products reach the destination in clean, dry and perfect condition. We routinely make boxes that are 40 feet x 12 feet x 12 feet and can take upto 40 tonnes of weight. Please visit our portfolio to see a few case studies listed under Heavy Machinery Packaging.

Also, since most of these Heavy Machinery Packaging projects are one-off, we have executed several such contracts all across India.

OUR CHECKLIST FOR HEAVY MACHINERY PACKAGING

SENSITIVITY

Is the equipment sensitive to shocks or corrosion? Does the equipment have electronic panels which need more care and protection?

LOAD DISTRIBUTION

How are the loads distributed on the machine? All point loads and line loads are to be taken care of while constructing the base. MIL-SPEC and ASTM Standards are followed for box construction

MODE OF SHIPMENT

Mode of shipment – air, sea or road or a combination of these is one of the most important factors determining the design

HANDLING

For large and expensive machinery Handling becomes very critical. Use of proper signs and markings is imperative. Appropriate shipping instructions and markings can make a big difference to how a box is handled

UNLOADING

How a box is unpacked is as important as how it is packed. The design has to be made keeping in mind the ease of unloading in terms of Handling Equipment (MHE) required at various touch-points.

DESIGNING A HEAVY BOX

The first step in manufacturing a heavy-duty box is to create a drawing. At Xpertpack, we use 3D design softwares such as ProEngineer and CratePro to create there models. The wooden box must be strong enough to protect its contents from the hazards of shipping and storage. It must be as light in weight as shipping hazards and the inherent strength properties of the materials permit and must require a minimum of shipping space. With design criteria based on these considerations, the effective engineering of crates for specific purposes becomes possible.

The advantages gained from good crate design are many. The shipper gains from better protection of his products and from lower shipping costs for lighter weight and lower space requirements. The carrier gains from lower liability costs. The consumer gains from the lower prices made possible for the goods shipped

DESIGNING A HEAVY SKID

The first step in manufacturing a heavy-duty box is to create a drawing. At Xpertpack, we use 3D design softwares such as ProEngineer and CratePro to create there models. The wooden box must be strong enough to protect its contents from the hazards of shipping and storage. It must be as light in weight as shipping hazards and the inherent strength properties of the materials permit and must require a minimum of shipping space. With design criteria based on these considerations, the effective engineering of crates for specific purposes becomes possible.

The advantages gained from good crate design are many. The shipper gains from better protection of his products and from lower shipping costs for lighter weight and lower space requirements. The carrier gains from lower liability costs. The consumer gains from the lower prices made possible for the goods shipped

SEA WORTHY PACKAGING

The first step in manufacturing a heavy-duty box is to create a drawing. At Xpertpack, we use 3D design softwares such as ProEngineer and CratePro to create there models. The wooden box must be strong enough to protect its contents from the hazards of shipping and storage. It must be as light in weight as shipping hazards and the inherent strength properties of the materials permit and must require a minimum of shipping space. With design criteria based on these considerations, the effective engineering of crates for specific purposes becomes possible.

The advantages gained from good crate design are many. The shipper gains from better protection of his products and from lower shipping costs for lighter weight and lower space requirements. The carrier gains from lower liability costs. The consumer gains from the lower prices made possible for the goods shipped

HANDLING OF LARGE BOXES

The first step in manufacturing a heavy-duty box is to create a drawing. At Xpertpack, we use 3D design softwares such as ProEngineer and CratePro to create there models. The wooden box must be strong enough to protect its contents from the hazards of shipping and storage. It must be as light in weight as shipping hazards and the inherent strength properties of the materials permit and must require a minimum of shipping space. With design criteria based on these considerations, the effective engineering of crates for specific purposes becomes possible.

The advantages gained from good crate design are many. The shipper gains from better protection of his products and from lower shipping costs for lighter weight and lower space requirements. The carrier gains from lower liability costs. The consumer gains from the lower prices made possible for the goods shipped

INSTRUCTION SHEETS

The first step in manufacturing a heavy-duty box is to create a drawing. At Xpertpack, we use 3D design softwares such as ProEngineer and CratePro to create there models. The wooden box must be strong enough to protect its contents from the hazards of shipping and storage. It must be as light in weight as shipping hazards and the inherent strength properties of the materials permit and must require a minimum of shipping space. With design criteria based on these considerations, the effective engineering of crates for specific purposes becomes possible.

The advantages gained from good crate design are many. The shipper gains from better protection of his products and from lower shipping costs for lighter weight and lower space requirements. The carrier gains from lower liability costs. The consumer gains from the lower prices made possible for the goods shipped