With over 30 years’ experience Cruiseway, trading since 1982 employs a knowledgeable and highly skilled team of expert case makers and case design experts.
We pride ourselves on our care and attention to detail.
Cruiseway design team make cases for a diverse range of industries including scientific instrumentation, heavy factory line machinery, laboratory test equipment, pharmaceutical machinery, historic street lights, aircraft parts as well as fine artwork and sculptures.
We design and build for all types of shipping methods and our designers will always ensure the most cost efficient use of available shipping space to save you money, be it for aircraft holds, containers, or truck heights.
Cruiseway only uses heat treated timber that has been treated to 56 degrees of heat for 30 minutes. We are registered with the Forestry Commission and are members of the U.K Wood Packaging Material Marking Programme & Timcon, the timber packaging and pallet confederation. Timber used in the construction of crates and pallets are derived from sustainable sources from Forestry Stewardship Council approved suppliers.
All of our cases and pallets are manufactured by Cruiseway conforms to British Standard BS1133 and stencilled to ISPM15, suitable for worldwide export.
We employ environmentally friendly materials and processes using recyclable or bio-degradable packing materials. We have invested heavily in airbag packing technology replacing traditional environmentally un-friendly styrene based materials.
We have many years of experience in manufacturing exhibition and reusable cases. These are built primarily for continued reuse of equipment such as exhibition display items that require protective packaging during periods of non-use. Available in number of styles in plywood, softwood, and screwed or bolted for easy of assembly.
For use in the oil industry we pack and ship large specialist equipment.
This was for export to the Middle East.
We regularly design and build specialist cases for transportation of aircraft spares and equipment. Pictured here is a case built to carry a pilot seat incorporating a sliding seat base frame.
These were packed for shipment to Nigeria, classed as hazardous due to the lithium battery content