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Peli showcasing protective packaging at Dubai Air Show

Posted 6 October 2017 · Add Comment

Pelican Products is showcasing its highly resistant protective cases and containers for aerospace and defence together with the Mobile Military product range at the Dubai Air Show (in DWC, 12-16 December 2017).

At the Dubai Air Show, the latest Pelican-Hardigg customised packaging solutions will be showcased.


With more than 500 sizes and bespoke options, they provide the rugged protection to any piece or tool, from a small electronic equipment or fragile device to a complete Typhoon tail container (above). Pelican-Hardigg cases are lightweight, watertight, heat- and impact-resistant and virtually indestructible.

Pelican-Hardigg designs, develops, tests and manufactures reusable cases and containers for storage or expeditions, capable to withstand the most extreme conditions and customised according to the client’s needs. It led to Advanced Case Solutions: lightweight cases that are watertight, bulletproof and fire-resistant.

Pelican-Hardigg Mobile Military Products
This range includes the Mobile Armory and Mobile IT cases that shield all kinds of weapons as well as computers and electronics from adverse conditions such as storms and high humidity in the field.

The Mobile Office consist on cases that soldiers can, in minutes, set up as a field office of durable desks and bookshelves. The Mobile Medical cases include customised inserts and options to organise and protect lifesaving medical gear, while the Mobile Master provide transports for 463L pallets, NATO and Euro pallets.

Peli Products, S.L.U. is the Europe, Middle East and Africa Headquarters of Pelican Products, Inc.

 

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