Gallery owners or collectors, you want to have a crate made that will only be used once: what budget are you prepared to spend on it? Exhibition organizers, will the packaging standards recommended by the lending museums be compatible with your exhibition budget?
How to find the most suitable packaging at the best price for a given work and a given transport?
And how can we limit the costs associated with the manufacture of boxes?
In practice, the type of packaging results:
When it comes to packaging, it is not always easy to make the right choice. The range of technical solutions is very wide. In the absence of an absolute recipe, we propose an analysis grid. It will help you to make a better decision.
For LP ART, it's essential to design each new crate with sustainability in mind.
Our Innovation, Methods and QSE Department provides our customers with an engineering department in charge of researching eco-packaging solutions for crates. Our team is constantly seeking to source new alternative materials with a low carbon footprint, while testing the properties of each to guarantee the necessary strength and integrity of our crates.
In addition, whenever possible, we offer our customers the option of using reusable crates for the transfer of certain works of art: over and above the lower budget, this allows them to take part in an environmentally-friendly approach by limiting wood consumption.
We have also set up a waste management system to sort, recycle and recycle each component of the crates: wood, foam, handles, screws and bolts...