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Free Delivery

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Free delivery is usually a drawcard when you’re buying goods and looking to keep the price down. Aussie Crates can help you reduce your timber packaging costs by offering free delivery in the Perth metro area for any orders over $500 (exc. GST). We have 3 trucks to cater for varying quantities and sizes of […]

Wooden Storage Boxes & Shipping Containers

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

If you’re on the move, do you have too much stuff to pack into cardboard boxes but not enough to fill a standard shipping container? Then why not look into an Aussie Crates lift van for your next storage or moving project? For those of you not familiar with the term “lift van” – this […]

Foam-Lined Shipping Boxes for Fragile Freight

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Sending fragile freight needn’t be a nail-biting experience. With sturdy, high quality timber cases and wooden boxes from Aussie Crates, you can rest assured your goods will arrive in one piece. A shipping agency in Perth was sending some state-of-the-art computer server equipment back to the USA. The value and fragility of this equipment meant […]

The Gift of Giving

Monday, December 15, 2014

Around Christmas, we should all take some time to appreciate what we have and in some way give a helping hand to those who aren’t so fortunate. Aussie Crates has shared its success by supporting a number of local charities and community groups over the year, including Rocky Bay, Santa’s Workshop and the WA Special […]

Securing Cylindrical Screens

Monday, December 1, 2014

Our client dropped off 7 cylindrical steel screens, each weighing about 300kg, for Aussie Crates to build customized timber export crates.  When completed, each one measured almost 2.5m long and 1.7m high. Additional bracing timbers were inserted to hold the steel screens in place and provide added strength where the screen sat on the crate […]