A large ATA shipping case that converts into a trade show booth — no more renting tables and waiting after the show for your packing materials.
Options are endless; we will manufacture a rugged transit case to your exact specifications. All cases will exceed ATA 300, Category 1.
Graphics cases are rotationally molded from rugged polyethylene; they transport your graphics and trade show displays safely to their location.
Jumbo cases are rotationally molded from rugged polyethylene to transport your graphics and large display systems safely.
A series of highly economical, yet tough reusable shipping cases for larger flat items such as graphics panels and signage.
Protect your flat panel monitors during transit; make sure they arrive at your destination operational.
Tired of waiting after trade shows for our shipping crates, and observing trade show exhibitors’ poor packing habits and insufficient product protection inspired us to create a better solution for clients who needed a more efficient method of transport for displays and merchandise.
Inspired by cases we've made for the military—the ones that allow our troops to set up impromptu workstations and communication posts in the field—we designed a case that not only functions as a shipping container, but also as convertible exhibit fixtures.
For a recent trade show, we packed a 10’ x 10’ booth’s contents in two of our new 48” x 28” x 30” Booth in a Box trade show cases. We designed the case lids to transform into tables, placed them next to the bases, and draped them to make standard 8’ tables. We used the 14.39 cubic feet—per case—of interior storage space for ancillary literature, coats, tools, and other non-essentials. And while we watched our fellow exhibitors inventory their freight and battle "popcorn," bubble wrap, packing tape, and banged-up corrugated containers, we simply removed the protective plastic wrap from our cases’ exteriors, lifted the lids, assembled the tables, and unpacked and placed our materials. All in less than half the time it took other exhibitors to set up the same size booths. At the end of the trade show, we packed the cases, folded down the table legs into the lid, placed the lids on the cases, and left for the airport…back home an entire day early.View Other Related Case Studies