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PORTFOLIOS & CASES
Trans-Port Shipping Case
When you need to ship artwork, check it onto a flight, or carry it on mass transit, this is absolutely the case for you. Not many things are as important to you as your artwork and photographs, and this sturdy case will protect your work from all kinds of rough handling.
These cases are constructed of impact-resistant black polyethylene plastic that will stand up to repeated use. Steel reinforces all four corners and the outer edge of the removable top. The textured ridged plastic resists scuffing and will not tear, unlike fiber cases. The interior is completely lined with ¼’’ polyester foam. The handle retracts against the case when it is not in use, as this feature is quite important during shipping. A large 8’’ x 12’’ ABS plastic label area is designed into the case for adhesive backed shipping labels. One-inch wide poly straps are attached to the case and securely close with high-impact plastic buckles that also allow easy opening and closing. Each case has three straps across the long side, with the center strap under the handle to preventing bowing. Cases 16’’x 20’’ and larger have a fourth strap in the center across the short side. All cases are 3’’ deep with a fully telescoping top, which allows the case to have a four-inch functional capacity.