Got something large you are exporting? Pak Mail Pittsburgh Crate & Ship are your “come to you” folks for all you onsite crating needs. Here’s a sample piece of equipment we wrapped in marine-wrap for ocean transport and custom crated onsite at a client’s location in Maryland. One of five very large crates for equipment going to Siberia.
Pak Mail Pittsburgh Crate & Ship is your “go-to” company for packing, crating, and shipping anything bought at auction. We provide you with our trusted expertise as well as full coverage insurance on all your auction purchases. Whether you buy large items at industrial auctions, fragile merchandise at art & antique auctions, or anything in between, you can count on us to get it to wherever it needs to go domestically or internationally.
Got something heavy, large, fragile, or all three to get from here to there? Pak Mail Pittsburgh Crate & Ship has all the capabilities to solve your most complex packing and shipping challenges. A recent example is a large (56″ x 56″ x 103″) circuit breaker weighing 3000 lbs and requiring special protection to ship overseas via ocean freight. We started by wrapping the unit in 6 mil VCI (Vapor Corrosion Inhibitor) shrink film to protect from the corrosive effects of salty sea air. The next step was to custom crate the unit in a heavy-duty export compliant crate equipped with high-tech Sorbothane vibration isolating pads that lower the natural frequency of a system (like a container ship engine) to below the excitation (or disturbing) frequency (think: less shake delivers a better cake). Finally, the crate was equipped with shock-watch & tilt indicators, and banded for extra crate strength with high-tensile metal banding.
Shipment from a local equipment manufacturer that we export crated and shipped this week via ocean freight to Singapore.
Completed export crating of 13 hi-tech industrial machines (complete with heat-shrink marine wrap & desiccant) and loading/bracing of 40′ ocean container onsite at customer location. Planning is everything with 1″ to spare (out of 473″ container length) when closing doors!