Reusable packaging for train wagon seats
Especially developed for a project with Siemens Mobility Austria GmbH, this reusable packaging was ideally adapted to its use by PAWEL packing & logistics GmbH. The boxes are designed in such a way that, when folded, both -the head parts and the hinged side parts- can be placed in the pallet with a frame. The lid is put over it and a compact unit is created, which can be transported back to its place of use in stacks of eight pieces.
This reusable packaging has been optimally adapted to the seats to be transported and with many details, such as foldable side walls, designed for a total of two and a half years of use. The special thing about this reusable design is the fine tuning of the product and its use.
Flexible innovative coil packaging
The plywood boxes are used to hold coils with sleeves placed exclusively in the side wall.
Due to a new design of the base (2 longitudinal stacks, which are additionally fixed by the headers), the massive pallet construction could be minimized and still the stability could be improved.
About 33% less wood is used than before. The pallet construction and the bolting of the crate also make it suitable for use as a reusable crate. The new type of longitudinal stacking equipment inside, fixed by the side walls, allows variable displacement of the pallet blocks. The standardization of the width with simultaneous variability of the pallet blocks (positioning under the headers) allows a variability of up to 20 cm in length, so that the packaging variety could be significantly reduced. The smooth outer surface improves the appearance and allows a
Optimized container-compatible engine packaging
The further development of an already existing engine packaging has succeeded here with bravura.
The rotation of the engines by 90 degrees in the container-compatible transport packaging, results ultimately in a 13 percent improvement in container utilization: 162 instead of 144 engines per container.
The wooden nests inside, which are used for fixing the filling material, are plugged in and can thus be set up quickly without the need for tools. The material input for the wood (m3) is reduced by 15 percent, for the corrugated board by 17 percent and the transport volume is reduced by 11 percent.
Despite these considerable savings, this ingenious design ensures optimum transport safety, because the container-width pallets mean that no additional load securing is required in the container.
Shock-absorbing reusable box with integrated access ramp for in-house transport and subsequent export
This award-winning reusable packaging is characterized above all by its added value benefits. The focus is on functionality and safety.
The 15 mm thick plywood box serves not only as transport packaging for highly sensitive expensive equipment, but also serves as temporary
storage already during the production process.
The reusable box is characterized by:
- "tailoring" to the product,
- practical and well thought-out transport packaging,
- optimized as well as process-related handling,
- optimal transport safety.
Universal transport box for container and truck shipping
The universal transport box - an extraordinarily well thought-out corrugated cardboard construction that is slipped over a wooden pallet
that can be driven on from four sides - impresses with its functionality. Starting with protruding corners that fix the box to the pallet, through the optimal container utilization of 96 percent, to flat storage.
Another convincing argument is that wooden stacks can be placed in the corners, which ensure greater stability and thus significantly increase stackability. The fixation is made by holders that are "activated" by simply pushing them out. A significant development in this packaging are also the integrated tabs with which the lid can be fixed to allow easy filling. This was implemented by punching the lids themselves.
Multiple-use storage and transport container made from a combination of wood/corrugated cardboard
Packaging made of a well thought-out mixture of materials, high cost and weight savings, varied options for use: from pure transport to storage containers, e.g. for self storage.
Seaworthy multiple-use packaging for underground train carriages
This transport packaging for train and overseas transport (Vienna - Boston, USA), which was designed as multiple-use packaging, is made up of a special wooden construction and a three-part tarp shaped like a hood. Tested levers, which are fixed to the carriage’s floor during transport, not only guarantee best-possible transport safety and statically balanced bearing areas, but also easy and safe handling. The hood is equipped with airing flaps for pressure equalisation and an opening flap for customs checks. The packaging solutions above all offers economic benefits compared to a box construction.
Individual packaging for all kinds of high-value and shock-sensitive small items. A diverse area of application combined with high-level goods protection makes this product an all-round talent for quick and safe packaging.
Seaworthy boxes with track profile
The benefit of these boxes for transporting large items lies particularly in their simple and affordable mounting and reliable stability. The newly constructed profile beam makes loading by crane safe, and the transport of heavy goods boxes by train easier.
Shipping packaging for windscreens
The highly safe yet affordable solution for transporting windscreens, which otherwise involves high costs.
The suitability of this design was tested using packing piece tests, which showed that even drop heights of up to 170cm do not result in damage to the windscreens.
Packaging for engines
Ideal packaging for the export of engines, for container transport and for transport by air or trains. Engines are affixed without screws. In addition to optimal use of space - 50% better container utilisation -, the multiple-use packaging offers protection against theft, damage and moisture.
Shipping packaging for windscreens
The highly safe yet affordable solution for transporting windscreens, which otherwise involves high costs. The suitability of this design was tested using packing piece tests, which showed that even drop heights of up to 170cm do not result in damage to the windscreens.