|By PR Newswire||
|September 2, 2014 06:05 PM EDT||
GRIFFIN, Ga., Sept. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- September 3, 2014 - Group 77 Solutions has announced the FALCON shipping case for high-value computer products. The FALCON shipping case is a patented re-usable design that can save original equipment manufacturers significant dollars over traditional single-use cardboard and foam packaging.
When asked why the FALCON is different from other shipping cases, President and CEO of Group 77 Solutions, Preston Varnadoe responded, "The Group 77 Solutions FALCON shipping case was designed from the ground up to provide the maximum protection for high-value computer equipment. Our patented shipping case has an 18U floating electronics rack with double shock protection and yet remains small enough to fit in the cargo bins of most passenger jets. The FALCON is also different because it has two separate accessory compartments and allows OEM's to ship all the components for their products with the products themselves. The design team has decades of experience in hundreds of computers rooms around the world and we used this knowledge to develop a product that promotes your company's professional image during all stages of the delivery cycle."
Group 77 Solutions also offers a range of "Logistics Management Services" to track, receive, warehouse and deliver client owned shipping cases.
Additional information on the Group 77 Solutions FALCON shipping case can be found on the company's website at: http://www.Group77Solutions.com.
About Group 77 Solutions
Group 77 Solutions designs and manufactures re-usable shipping cases for high-value computer equipment that are economical, environmentally responsible, and computer room friendly.
Media Contact: Chrissy Graham, Group 77 Solutions, (650) 255-9648, [email protected]
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