Roger Stone, Head of Commercial Sales with MSS, was asked by both Farason and Proctor and Gamble to create a cost-effective shipping scenario for the line. This included crating the many components of the line and also arranging for the multiple trucks and ocean going sea containers that were needed. The project had a 10 day time frame and consisted of 24 crates filling 5, 40’ flat bed trailers and 3, 40’ high cube sea containers. “Farason asked us to provide a solution, and we did, on demand,” said Carlos Marrero, a valued member of the commercial team.
The Commercial Crating team worked with skilled riggers to manipulate, vacuum seal, complete final packing and then the container loading of each unit. There were approximately a hundred glass panels and multiple pieces of million dollar robotics, most of it covered with a pristine painted surface that had to be protected.
“We and in particular me, have the utmost respect and admiration for the work you and all the people at MSS, who have been a part of the crating and shipping process. Don Hughes kept us all informed and the quality of his work, guidance and the work of others was exemplary. We certainly appreciate the diligence and integrity they showed in their work,” said Bill Collister, GM of Farason Corporation.
For more information about MSS Commercial Crating, visit www.commercialcrates.com. Customer inquiries are directed to Roger Stone at RogerS@mss1.com.
About Farason Corporation – Farason specializes in the design and build of highly reliable and productive custom automation machines and systems. Tailored exclusively to satisfy their clients' particular project goals, Farason combines proven techniques with their own innovative concepts to deliver robust, reliable automation solutions. For more information, visit www.farason.com.