These ATA Cases conform to the Air Transport Association's Specification 300 requirements. The material and manufacturing methods meet or exceed the ATA case specification. The tests involved with becoming ATA 300 compliant are conducted to ascertain if an ATA shipping case will withstand the rigors of being shipped a minimum of 100 times. These ATA Cases not only meet every requirement set forth by the ATA 300 specification guidelines, but all the ATA Shipping Cases exceed these standards.
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These ATA Shipping Cases deliver the maximum strength and durability with minimum weight. The hardware components and custom foam interiors also surpass every category requirement and the hardware is recessed to insure minimum damage during transit. We have a full line of both plastic ATA Shipping Cases and custom fabricated ATA Cases.
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ATA cases adhere to ATA Spec 300, the guidelines governing the design and manufacture of effective packaging of supplies and equipment shipped via customer airlines in the United States. Further examples of factors covered in this include:
Through the use of molded plastics, Ameripack cases conform to ATA shipping standards and in fact exceed them. Through the use of this remarkably durable, safe and simply intelligent casing, Ameripack's shipping cases and ATA cases are second to none. We also can custom create cases to meet the specific needs of your product. manufactured or otherwise. Read more about custom ATA cases.
- recessed handles that will not catch on other materials or break during typical transit circumstances.
- All other fittings, including fasteners, hinges, rivets, screws, moldings, etc., all of which are designed with optimal safety, security and durability. These must be coated and non- corrosive.
- All edges must be rounded for optimal safety and to minimize breakage and damage to other cases being handled by the ATA carrier.
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