United States Navy Explosive Ordinance Detachment - Norfolk, Virginia
To develop a suite of cases for the storage and deployment of medical supplies for the detachment. The cases needed to meet the environmental and transportation rigors of a small mobile fighting unit. The cases needed to safely and securely store multiple medical items from bottles of pain reliever to AED's. The cases needed to be field-portable on wheels, lockable, and stackable for storage.
Learning Technologies, Inc. - Somerville, Massachusetts
To develop a case that would serve as a shipping case and projector and laptop support stand. Learning Technologies, creator of the Digital STARLAB system for portable astronomy education, approached Cases-Cases to develop and manufacture a unique shipping case. The case needed to house and protect a projector, laptop and several peripherals as well as act as the stand in the planetarium.
GE Healthcare - Milwaukee, Wisconsin
To develop a case for the field service team of GE Healthcare (GEHC) for installation, repair, and maintenance of MRI systems. GE Healthcare needed a provider for the complete tool kit solution including design of the case, sourcing of the tools and supplies, and providing worldwide logistics. The cases needed to safely and securely store multiple tools and instruments needed for the repair and upgrade of multimillion-dollar computer tomography systems. The cases needed to be field-deployable, wheel-transportable, shippable, and easy for the field technicians to use on site.
City Sports - Boston, Massachusetts
To develop a set of durable shipping cases for the transportation of cash registers, credit card readers, receipt printers, and accessories for use at marathon expos nationwide. The cases were needed to replace multiple cardboard boxes, to prevent the loss of components, and to provide easy inventory of components when repacking. City Sports needed the cases to be field-deployable, wheelable, transportable, and easy for the staff to handle.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Cambridge, Massachusetts
The mechanical engineering department of MIT, in conjunction with engineers at Bluefi n Robotics, are developing a seafloor-dwelling robot, called the RoboClam. The RoboClam is being used to develop new-generation smart anchoring technology. In order to field test the prototype, the researchers needed a robust shipping case - very quickly. Amos Winter of MIT, selected Hardigg cases and it's local dealer, Cases-Cases, to assist with the selection of the case. The case needed to be robust enough for shipment, readily available, and cost effective.