Bespoke Wooden Cases and Packing Crates
Our clients rely on our packing crates for peace of mind when valuable and delicate items are transported around the globe. With over 75 years experience of producing high quality wooden cases, Alban Shipping is a name you can trust.
Every day, clients around the world trust our export packing experience. From antiques, collectables, to complex three-dimensional sculptures, we have designed and manufactured bespoke packing of all kinds. This service can be combined with any of our other services from freighting and storage to complete installation.
From simple one-off ISPM 15 wooden shipping crate(s) and case(s), through to Museum quality packing. We have solutions for all export packing needs. Services include:
“The crate and packing of my motorbike were both first-rate and I was very pleased with the fine condition that it arrived in. I will not hesitate to recommend you, nor would I hesitate to use your services in the future. Thanks again for all of your help in making this transaction very smooth.”
Jon Sahl, New York
Our siter company Alban Cases is registered with the Forestry Commission(GB) for the supply of ISPM15 compliant wooden cases which is implemented by countries and trading blocks worldwide. Our registration number ia GB-FC0624. Stamps on all cases manufactured by Alban Shipping and Alban Cases ensures we offer accredited wood packaging accepted by the country of import.
Browse through a gallery of images showcasing our wide range of wooden packing crates, timber cases and internal packaging solutions, tailored to the individual requirements of the each shipment.
Using only high-quality materials for our wooden shipping crates, cases and bases. We use kiln-dried, heat treated timber cases to meet international ISPM 15 standards for export to worldwide destinations including China and the USA.
“Spectacular packaging! We deal with shippers that span the globe and must say that you rank with the best, thank you so much for such a smooth process and quick turn-around.”
Ross Whalen, Canada