Case Making

RIB A CASE

DIB A CASE

DIB B CASE

DIB C CASE

RIB B CASE

General use packing case for lighter goods
lined with water-resistant bitumenised
paper, or unlined

This case has a stronger base for heavier equipment and
allows for case sides and ends to be nailed on after
equipment has been positioned on the base. This is a
very useful feature especially when items are sealed in
foil for protection against corrosion.

As 'DIB A' but with two horizontal internal bracing.
This case gives good longitudinal rigidity when lifted
using slings or fork-lift truck.

As 'DIB A & B' but with vertical bands to sides and ends
giving a greater stacking ability. This type of case is
also used when very heavy but low in height; either wide
or long.

As 'RIB A' except that case construction allows
for case sides to be nailed on after equipment
has been positioned on base.

have made export packing cases for 40 years.

Over the decades designs have been developed, improving cost and efficiency.

DIB A CRATE

DIB A OPEN CRATE

have made export packing cases for 40 years.

Over the decades designs have been developed, improving cost and efficiency.

An economic design to use which offers
physical handling protection.

A skeletal crate design for less cost.

PLY RIB A CASE

PLY RIB B CASE

PLY DIB CASE

A traditional design of plywood case
suitable for lighter contents.

Sides can be nailed on after the contents
have been positioned on the base.

Similar to the timber 'DIB' design, this case
has the lightness and rigidity of plywood
but is additionally reinforced with the 'skid'
timber members.