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Silla Automotive Announces New Packaging Design And Box Material

The design will further protect and support the radiator against damage during shipping and new, reinforced stronger boxhandling and reduce the chance of bending or warping while in transit, the company says.

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COMPTON, Calif. — Silla Automotive announced a new packaging design for its radiators at the AAPEX Show. This design will further protect and support the radiator against damage during shipping and new, reinforced stronger boxhandling and reduce the chance of bending or warping while in transit, the company says. Inside the new packaging, the radiator is strapped to a cardboard panel with two bands to form a module. This module is loaded into the box so the radiator is suspended on the module and firmly secured. Instapak foam is then inserted in each corner to further protect and cushion the radiator, the company says.

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In addition, the quality of the box material itself has been improved and is much stronger, Silla says. This material is more rigid and will better withstand transportation damage. Also, the Instapak adds a second layer of protection to the cardboard insert. This is helpful in the event that the customer opens the box and cuts the strapping, but decides to return the radiator, according to the company.

The unit can be re-mounted onto the cardboard insert and strapped with tape, but if tape is not available, the radiator can still be safely re-packaged back in the box by re-using the Instapak inserts.

New cardboard panel with strapping and InstapakThe company plans to also begin using a similar packaging design for its condenser products by adding a handle on the cardboard insert. Customers can grab the handle to pull out the condenser instead of pulling on the condenser tubing itself to gain leverage, further reducing the risk of accidental damage.

"Developing a package that protects radiators and condensers during shipping has been a long-standing challenge in our industry, but with these designs, we believe that Silla has accomplished this objective without adding significant cost to the product," said Mark Hallsman, president and CEO of Silla.

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Visit Silla at www.sillaauto.com.

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