Wilson Case, Inc.Wilson Case, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of ATA-300 (Category I) shipping cases with over 30 years of experience. They can engineer and manufacture tough shipping cases to protect anything during transit. They have designed shipping cases to protect everything from the delicate mirror for the new $800 million dollar James Webb Space Telescope to plasmas, computers, event production, scientific instruments, tradeshow/exhibit, military and athletic equipment. Training stations, plasmas, mobile offices, antennas, gas cylinders, computers and audio visual equipment are just a few of the items that are being shipped around the world in their shipping cases.

Wilson Case, Inc.They serve many diverse markets such as the US DOD, prime government contractors, OEMs, athletic tradeshow/exhibit, event production and many more. Their customers are loyal and they continue to strive to improve their products and service. If you have a custom or stock shipping case application, contact them.

With solid modeling technology, their engineering department can design just about anything that you can imagine a shipping case to be. They also offer a large variety of stock shipping cases ready to ship in 1-2 business days.

Wilson Case's experience, custom engineering and commitment to quality and service set them apart. Wilson Cases are shipped globally, again and again.

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