The influx of hard plastic carrying cases on the market led to a perfect solution on packaging an overall product kit for tools. Instead of selling one tool, manufacturers created a way to give customers a complete solution for the most basic uses of tools.
Many manufacturers wonder what kind of case to use to ship tools in or to package. Here’re a few good reasons why to use blow molded tool cases as part of the package for tools.
Plastic carrying cases:
- Fits the tools that came in the case. Whether it is for drill bits or cutting blades, the plastic is molded to fit each tool and part needed to get a job done. Customers can rest assured they have what they need when they go to a job. All they have to do is pack their case with all the tools inside.
- It helps customers organize the tools and parts. Instead of throwing all of their tools into a soft bag or a tool chest, they can stay organized and know exactly where a tool or part is when they need it.
- Keeps tools protected from the environment. Customers can store tools in their original cases to keep them protected from humidity and other factors that could rust the tools.
- Keeps tools away from curiosity. Keeping tools stored in their original cases helps reduce the amount of accidents from curious children or other accidents. Instead of leaving a saw blade out where children could cut themselves, they are less likely to open cases.
- They last longer. The hard plastic cases last longer than soft bags and are more durable against bumps in the road to protect the tools.
At Western Case, we create custom cases and also have cases in stock. The plastic carrying cases foam insert options can be made to fit whatever tools or parts you would like to package.