Automotive Parts Packaging

automotive parts Packaging

Companies in the automotive industry handle a variety of fragile, oddly shaped parts. Regardless of the finished product's end use, packaging parts for transportation protects them from damage. Curved sheets of metal, glass and electronics are sensitive parts that need special consideration before shipping. Whether you transport automotive parts for commercial, industrial or military use, you need a partner that can meet your packaging needs.

Caltex Plastics is a leading provider of stock packaging and custom solutions. We test our polyethylene packaging, barrier films and other solutions in the laboratory to ensure their success. We're proud to offer our products at competitive prices, and many options are in stock on a regular basis. In addition, we can customize our packaging to fit your specifications.

The Importance of Packaging Automotive Parts

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Automotive parts manufacturers must comply with packaging standards that keep their products safe during transportation. Improper packaging increases the risk of damaged and lost parts, which cost your company extra labor and money. Damaged products also jeopardize safety, which can affect your company's reputation.

Many automotive parts require innovative solutions for proper packaging. You need to do more than keep glass from shattering or denting metal panels. The right packaging solution may have to protect the part from moisture, static electricity and excessive heat.

Work with a reputable automotive parts packaging manufacturer to protect the items you ship. Our engineers have the experience to create a cost-effective car parts packaging solution for your company, whether you manufacture, distribute, assemble or refurbish automotive parts. At Caltex Plastics, we produce a vast selection of packaging for car parts and other products.

Our Wide Range of Options

Our types of packaging for automotive parts include:

  • Static shielding: Protect sensitive electronics from the buildup of static electricity with conductive packaging and static shielding. 
  • Water and vapor-proof: Moisture and humidity can cause corrosion. Prevent this damage with an effective barrier. 
  • Heat-sealable: Harsh climates and dust can affect your products without the proper heat-sealable packaging. 
  • Grease-proof: Protect your parts from grease, which can contaminate various assemblies and components. 

Caltex Plastics offers packaging solutions that extend beyond bags and pouches. We also carry wraps, puncture-resistant shrouds and sheeting. Our readily available stock and custom solutions can meet your complex transportation needs. Our team will handle the logistics, design, production and distribution, and ensure you receive the best packaging for your applications. 

Why Choose Caltex Plastics for Automotive Parts Packaging?

Over 30 years, we've proven our commitment to our clients. At Caltex Plastics, we help you ensure the safe shipment of your materials and components. Our team specializes in custom projects, and we also have the most rollstock available on hand. Our inventory features a vast selection of products to satisfy any demand. We offer competitive lead times and 24/7 operations to help you meet strict delivery schedules. 

Contact Caltex Plastics today to learn more about packaging for car parts. If you have specific shipping concerns, we can discuss how our custom solutions can help your company protect the car parts you transport. 

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Last updated: November 15th, 2019