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Crating and Shipping Medical Devices


Medical Equipment Shipping

Larson Packaging Company specializes in packaging design for medical equipment and instruments that will be transported to medical offices, trade shows, customer demos, sales presentations, and more. You can count on our products to protect your equipment from the risk of shock, vibration and other common damages that occur in the shipping environment. Every packaging design is tailored to your specific dimensions and can accommodate awkward sizing components such as hoses, monitors, and wands.

LPC – Your Packaging Partner

Fast and reliable service
 even on short notice, we have the production and materials capacity and access to specialty vendors to manage large scale orders
Precise engineering
Precise engineering and expertise 
we construct custom products specially designed to the exact dimensions and requirements of your equipment
Safe and secure shipping
Safe and secure shipping 
our crates and cases are built to withstand the rigors and dampen the effects of the harsh shipping environment where safe handling is anything but guaranteed
Unmatched supply chain support
Unmatched supply chain support 
our team of experts is committed to seeing that each packing and shipping experience is efficient and worry free. 

Medical Device Shipping: Using a Crate, ATA Case, or Box

Packaging Case Crate Boxes

Serving the Medical Device Industry

Reliability You Can Count On
Challenge: A dermatology device manufacturer needed to be able to ship Field Reparable Units and spare products to clinics around the country when one of its skin-care machines would occasionally break down. Solution: We designed ready-to-go ATA cases that were easy to use to swap out old units for new devices on a moment's notice. In addition, we designed reusuable packaging, to continuously deliver spare parts back and forth as needed. 

Innovation in the Field
Challenge: A cart-based face and body aesthetic device consisted of a series of fragile hoses and attachments that were oversized and awkwardly positioned. Several parts presented independent design challenges that were difficult to solve for in a single container. Solution: We divided the crate into specific compartments and developed foam inserts for protection. This made it possible for hoses to be correctly coiled and ready to use upon delivery. It also protected attachments that could be easily hooked into place upon arrival.  

Cost Effective Design Solutions 
Challenge: A manufacturer of a popular device used in skin care treatments needed to fulfill its overseas demand, but faced issues of delivering the devices safely and economically. Solution: We worked with them to develop a modified crate with corrugated materials. To insure stability, we created pallet-type reinforcements specifically designed for the manufacturer's product. This made it possible for the manufacturer to safely secure and ship its device at a price that fit within its overall business plan.   

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