Packaging future, TRG’s Automotive Division is “driven” to perform.
With 30 plus years of returnable packaging production, our TEAM of experts do not sit idle. Our experience in the automotive market supports continuous advancements and provides value added solutions for the most demanding customers.
A single vehicle can contain approximately 30,000 different parts. Those parts are made of steel, plastics, rubber, fabrics, and sensitive electronics materials. All of which have a wide variety of complex surfaces. Our automotive team is experienced in determining the ideal design, material, and part orientation that will accommodate your needs best. You have a part; we can make you a pack.
TRG Automotive is always striving to be the best at providing solutions for our customers. Let us see if our product offerings can be a benefit for your packaging and logistics programs.
What more can we offer? TRG provides packs for the following uses: export packs, service and dealer packs, and returnable back-up packs.
A DELICATE APPROACH TO GLASS PACKAGING
TRG is proud of our capabilities to design and produce packaging for the glass sector of the automotive industry. Eliminating possibilities of breakage at the end customer is given the utmost consideration while designing glass packaging. The glass product must reach the end-user damage-free while considering associate safety through the supply chain.
Our Team At work!
Class A surface protection
- Tyvek laminates
- 2 to 10 mm
Class A & Class B surface protective packaging utilizing:
- 1 to 10 pounds
- Brush-fab (brush nylon)
- Autoguard and softshield comparables
- WIP Shipping Racks
- Mass Production Shipping Racks
- Low-High Complexity
Do you have an Automotive program for us to review?
FORTUNE 500 - CPG Company
“When our production facility had reached maximum capacity due to three new item launches, we turned to TRG for help in assembly of a large complex 4-way Tower display, and they were able to deliver top quality output sooner to the retailer than our facility could deliver at regular capacity.”