So far, we have packed hundreds of thousands of tonnes of machinery, loaded and secured thousands of containers and constructed many square kilometres of crates and packaging. Today, we have long term agreements with our business partners from Germany, where we work continuously. Additionally, we focus on individual customers and perform one-off projects for them.

  • The heaviest machine
  • The longest load
  • The widest element
  • The biggest crate
  • a 218-tonne
  • a 55 m long
    wind turbine blade
  • 6,5 m
  • 585 m3
    external dimensions 13m x 6m x 7,5m
Technological process of industrial packaging – step by step
  • Here is a list of some of our most interesting projects:
    1) Hanau – packing and shipment to the US of an assembly line for making parts to private Boeing jets.
    2) Antwerp (the second largest port in Europe) – packing and loading of four complete wind turbines, Each crate which contained a turbine blade comprised several dozen elements and was shaped as an “L”.
    3) Brake – preparation of packaging and packing of a Polish cement factory. Every element was oversized.
    4) Hamburg – packing of a Coca-Cola production line, which included among others a machine for pressure moulding of bottles, conveyors, feeders, etc.
    5) Wetzlar – packing and loading of special purpose furnaces to be shipped to China. Opportunity to learn about the work of insulation workers.
    6) Hatzfeld – packing of 55 Siemens machines in crates and shipment to Japan. Representatives from Japan supervised the shipment and have photographed every crate hundreds of times, despite the fact that every machine was identical and identically packed.
    7) Warsaw – packing of one press line in FSO automotive factory. Each press was made up of eight large parts and each line contained 6 presses. The heaviest part included a 140-tonne head and the lightest: a 30-tonne table. The load was secured with steel wires and shrink wrap and sent to Gdynia, from where it was shipped to a client from Russia.
    8) Frankfurt a. Main - packing of several dozens of graphite plates in crates. Graphite is a very good electricity and heat conductor. It is resistant to high temperatures but very fragile. This is why we used 50 mm foam. Every vacant space had to be precisely filled with foam.
    9) Nordhorn – packing parts of a gas pipeline and its shipment to Russia. The entire project had to be carried out outdoors because of the size. Transport of parts was carried out with a crane that drove on rails and communication with the operator was possible only via radio.
    10) Stuttgart – packing of ca. 100 control cabinets. Upon a special request of an Indonesian customer, the elements were secured with triple anti-corrosion film. The first was PE film, then ALU and PE film again. All the elements of the packing crates were fitted with screws.
    11) Daimiel (Spain) – a monthly contract to pack and load a production line in Sandevid factory which among others manufactures Sangria wine.
    12) Hanau – manufacturing of special purpose crates. The crates were designed to transport solar panels.
    13) Siegen – packing of dashboards for Porsche Panamera and Cayenne models. It was strictly forbidden to photograph the packed elements at any time.
    14) Zielona Góra – packing of four 13-tonne bolts. The outer size of the crate was 8.5m x 6.5m x 2m. During transport, vertical traffic signs had to be dismantled because of the width of the load.
    15) Reutlingen – a month-long commission to pack an entire warehouse with equipment into crates and ship it to South Korea – it included elements of steel construction of the warehouse, pillars, complete cranes with equipment and manufacturing machines.