TransPak, the worldwide market leader in crating, packaging and logistics, today announced that it has acquired Dixie Box & Crating of San Jose, California. TransPak CEO Bert Inch praised the Dixie organization and is excited about the prospects of providing their clients with the wide range of services TransPak offers.
“Dixie has built a fine customer base here in San Jose, and we are pleased we can continue to serve those companies with the same level of service and quality they have come to expect from Dixie. Our customers need one vendor who can meet their packaging needs and then move their goods anywhere in the world.”
With customers like Applied Materials, General Electric, Novellus, Lam Research, Brooks Automation, Celerity, Sanmina, and Lockheed, TransPak knows how to create efficiencies in the supply chain. In addition to crating and both in-house and on-site packing, TransPak’s Logistics Division handles both domestic and international freight forwarding. With the acquisition of Dixie San Jose, TransPak expands its market leading position in the Silicon Valley and enhances its Military Spec packaging capabilities.
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 provides custom crating, packaging, and logistics support to top companies in the semiconductor, aerospace, medical equipment, security, and solar industries. TransPak operates three crating plants in the US (California, Oregon, and Texas), four in Asia (China, Taiwan, Korea and Singapore), as well as a full service domestic and international logistics operation. Since 2000, the firm has expanded its global footprint to provide exceptional quality and service for its manufacturing partners worldwide.