Medical Equipment Crating & Medical Device Packaging Services

We have Deep Industry Expertise in Medical Equipment Shipping & Crating

Protecting highly sensitive medical equipment and medical devices during shipment is a priority…because lives depend on it!

CDC Packaging has a proven track record for safely packaging, crating, and transporting highly sensitive medical equipment to destinations around the globe.

We understand the special challenges of shipping valuable medical equipment, which include:

  • Medical equipment is often shipped directly to a doctor’s office, hospital, or other medical facility. These destinations often do not have access to a loading dock, forklift, or the tools usually used to un-crate equipment in other industries.
  • To solve this, our packaging solutions for medical equipment include wood crates with easy-open fasteners, wheels for transport, and built-in ramps for unloading.
  • International Shipping: CDC Packaging is current on Global IPPC, ISPM 15 Heat Treating requirements, so we can ensure that your shipment avoids any snags during transport, no matter where in the world it is being shipped.

Let the experts at CDC Packaging pack and ship your high-value, super-sensitive medical equipment. Our team will focus on the details that guarantee a safe arrival at your customer’s location.

Medical Device Packaging with Specialized Shipping Requirements

Cleanroom Compatible Packaging

Medical devices assembled in a cleanroom will most likely need to be packed and shipped according to cleanroom protocols. When shipping these devices, we carefully choose cleanroom packaging supplies designed to prevent contamination, such as cleanroom foams for cushioning and cleanroom foil bags to block out particulates.

FDA-Approved Packaging Materials

Like a patient in intensive care, we know that some medical equipment requires the most rigorous attention as it is prepared for shipment. For example, some machinery can only be packaged using packaging materials that have been approved by the U. S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). In these cases, we rigorously follow these protocols to ensure that the equipment does not become contaminated while en route to the medical facility by anything that could later pose a danger to patients.