TransPak CEO Bert Inch praised the Dixie organization and is excited about the ability to directly serve the Phoenix market.
“TransPak has a long history of supporting the semi-conductor and hi-tech industries and this expertise ensures Phoenix Dixie customers can expect the same level of service and quality they have come to expect and with the added bonus of tapping into TransPak global resources.”
TransPak knows how to create efficiencies in the supply chain and this will benefit Phoenix manufacturers and freight forwarders.
Bob Lally, President and CEO, commented, “With the acquisition of Dixie Phoenix, TransPak expands its Military Spec packaging capabilities and its focus on semi-conductor tool refurbishment. At the same time, we extend our ability to support on-site projects and specialty rigging. We are fortunate that Charles Johnson, Brenda Pimentel and Jim Welch have joined our organization to help ensure a smooth transition.”
Founded in 1952, the company is headquartered in California’s Silicon Valley and provides custom crating, packaging, and logistics support to top companies in the semiconductor, aerospace, medical equipment, security, and solar industries. Since 2000, the firm has expanded its global footprint to provide exceptional quality and service for its manufacturing partners worldwide.