Atlas Protective Packaging
Atlas Protective Packaging effectively cushions and protects your products throughout the entire distribution process of shipping, handling, and storage conditions. With facilities located nationwide, Atlas Protective Packaging products are manufactured under an industry-leading quality control program, with design, customization, and testing services available to meet your needs.
Let one of our experienced team members work with you to select the most cost-effective packaging solution to meet your needs!
- Fabricated: Hotwire cut from large blocks utilizing state-of-the-art CAD software, where components are assembled together to provide a specific solution to meet customer specifications.
- Custom Molded: 3D software and multi-axis routing creates the perfect configuration and fit to protect your product, including inserts, enclosures, corners, endcaps, L-blocks, and trays.
- Graphite Enhanced: Graphite enhanced molded polystyrene (GPS) reduces material thickness by up to 30% while maintaining the same thermal performance compared to classic protective packaging products.
- Specialty: Custom molded Arcel® provides strong cushioning properties and shock proofing capabilities, making packaging parts resistant to crushing during repeated impacts.
16 manufacturing locations providing nationwide coverage, greatly reducing shipping costs
In-house packaging engineers available to provide 3D modeling and prototyping services
Utilizing state-of-the-art CAD software, our designers can produce a fabricated part that will precisely fit your product
100% recyclable at the end of their service life, which can be dropped off at any of our locations for recycle
WHEN EVERY SHIPMENT COUNTS
Related Case Studies
Atlas Molded Products supplies roughly 1.5 million wine shippers a year to a wide range of distributors across the country.
Our job is to respond with quality products that will pass their Production Part Approval Process.
Working with the client and distribution partners, Atlas Molded Products serves as a packaging design resource dedicated to understanding specifics.