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Custom Packaging Solutions for Aerospace


LPC specializes in custom packaging including wooden crates, ATA cases, Pelican-Hardigg cases, and corrugated (paper and plastic). As one of the largest foam fabricators in California, our packaging engineers are experts at designing cushioning systems and working with different shippers to ensure that your packaging meets the requirements for your unique application. At LPC, we work with commercial, government, military/defense, and component suppliers.

  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) transportation
  • Drones
  • Engines
  • Missiles
  • Fan blades
  • Test equipment
  • Mechanics tool kits
  • Aircraft parts & spares
  • Instrumentation & avionics
  • Mobile devices
  • We work seamlessly in your complex supply chain.
  • LPC packaging engineers work directly with your program managers.
  • We work in solidworks, and can import your models from a variety of formats or develop a model with measurements.
  • No order is too small or too large to provide the packaging you need to maintain and evolve your fleet.
  • LPC packaging engineers have experience with many different substrates and cushioning systems.

Our crates are designed to mil-spec standards and customized to protect the contents during transit.

Corrugated (also plastic)


LPC provides on-demand custom corrugated to solve your unique packaging problem. We frequently use multiple substrates to increase the rigidity and carrying capacity of the humble box.


The industry standard for rugged hardshell cases. Pelican cases are water-tight, lightweight and extremely durable. LPC is a technical dealer and provides a complete line of Pelican products including the Pelican-Hardigg cases.


Our cases are frequently custom designed for usability. The exterior is almost impenetrable, and will keep your equipment safe during transport. Some designs will allow the operation or servicing of equipment in the case.


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