Carrying cases are used by many industries to provide safe storage and transportation and storage for sensitive equipment. Carrying cases are most commonly made from aluminum, plastic, or laminated plywood. Cases made from these materials are also known as hard cases. Aluminum cases provide the utmost impact protection, and are commonly used as transit or shipping cases.
Rotationally molded plastic cases are made to be durable and waterproof, and are capable of protecting sensitive equipment from the elements. Laminated plywood is used to fabricate ATA shipment cases, and adhere to strict shipment regulations made by the Air Transport Alliance. Additionally, these cases are used to transport sound and electronic equipment.
These cases can also be waterproof and completely airtight. Along with robust hard cases, soft cases may also be available. Soft cases are made from materials that are less rigid, such as neoprene, vinyl, suede, canvas, or leather. Depending on the needs of the consumer, soft cases can come in different shapes, sizes, and colors, and may be sewn either by machine or by hand.
A wide range of industries and individuals use carrying cases. Globalization has enabled businesses to market their products worldwide, and efficient shipping has become a necessity. Every business can benefit from safe and reliable shipment of their products, and carrying cases have helped make this a reality.
Industries such as telecommunication, medical, aerospace, digital, manufacturing, sales, music, defense, photography, and many more depend on carrying cases for their day-to-day functions. Sensitive items such as televisions, handheld tools, musical instruments, sales posters, firearms, cameras, satellites, and computers can be safely transported using carrying cases. ATA cases are most commonly used for music, sound, and electronic equipment, despite initially being manufactured for airline shipment.
Aluminum and ATA cases are equipped with hinged breakaway sections, and designed to permanently hold electronic equipment such as sound boards and control panels. Aluminum cases may be the size of a standard briefcase or the size of a large shipping boxes. They are designed to carry delicate items such as wine glasses, gaming equipment, and lab microscopes.Read More…
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