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Welcome To Our New Website

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

As you may have noticed, the Aussie Crates website has had a makeover! To keep up with all the changes in digital technology and consumer behaviour, it was time to refresh our site and maintain our online visibility. You’ll still find us at www.aussiecrates.com.au  and we trust you’ll find it quick & easy to navigate […]

Customised CAD Wooden Cradle

Monday, May 19, 2014

Cradle Product Feature Aussie Crates have successfully fitted round objects into square boxes, but when round objects have fragile points protruding from their perimeter, something special is needed for them to sit in safely. Some 7 ton, circular trommel frames had to be protected with an appropriate type of timber packaging.  Using CAD technology, the […]

Going Offshore, But Not Off-The-Shelf

Monday, May 5, 2014

Are you sending something offshore and need some packaging that’s not off-the-shelf? Aussie Crates have a can-do attitude when it comes to custom building our crates, cases and pallets, and this timber box is just one example of that approach. High quality, structural grade marine ply was used to give this box the weather-proofing needed […]

Handle with Care: Heavy Steel Containers for Explosives

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

You would expect to hear plenty of loud noises coming from the Aussie Crates warehouse with nail guns, band saws and machinery in constant operation.  But loud noises are not what our client wants to hear when their valuable cargo of explosives is in transit! These heavy steel containers are used to carry explosives, but […]

Timber Packaging to Keep Sandy Paddling

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Imagine paddling 50,000km in a kayak from Germany to Australia! Western Australian sea kayaker Sandy Robson is undertaking this epic voyage to re-trace the journey made by Oskar Speck in the 1930s. Starting from the Danube River in 1932, seven years, several kayaks and many thousands of kilometres later, Oskar landed in Australian waters. For […]