San Jose, Calif. (August 1, 2011) – TransPak, the worldwide market leader in crating, packaging and logistics today announced that it has acquired Dixie Box & Crating of Los Angeles, CA.
“Dixie Los Angeles was uniquely positioned in the market to support one of the world's largest ports and this emphasis on imports, exports and transloading, including heavy lift capabilities, fits well with TransPak's current portfolio," stated Bert Inch, TransPak CEO. “With this expansion into the Los Angeles Basin, TransPak will extend its specialized services for the Aerospace, Military and Projects industries. We'll continue to offer complete packaging solutions right down to onsite design engineers."
The acquisition of Dixie brings proven success with oversize cargo and key expertise in containerization, flat racks, drayage and transportation. Ray Horner, Chief Operating Officer, having spent over 20 of his professional years in the Los Angeles market noted, “We've added further expertise by having Robert Smith our resident packaging engineer and general manager, Jennifer Kay our sales manager, Toni Flores in project management, and Amber Griggs in business development join the TransPak Los Angeles team! These veterans of the industry give us real bench strength and position us for solid growth."
TransPak has been a key partner to leading technology companies for decades. Founded in 1952, the company is headquartered in California's Silicon Valley and today provides custom crating, packaging, and logistics support to top companies in the semiconductor, aerospace, medical equipment, security, and solar industries. To learn more about TransPak visit our web site at www.TransPak.com.