The space, weight, and cost-saving NEFAB ExPak has arrived in Silicon Valley!

In addition to the existing ExPak manufacturing sites in Dallas and Canada, Nefab has now opened the third North American ExPak plant in San Jose, California.

Nefab ExPak is a great alternative to traditional cleated crates. It enables companies to improve logistics as it is a volume efficient, strong, and light-weight solution. Due to the foldable design, it can ship flat to save storage space.

“With the addition of the ExPak product line to our current capabilities, we have a great offer with a wide range of engineered packaging solutions to the high tech industry in, and around, the Silicon Valley. The new capabilities have already proven to be a good fit for customers within the Semiconductor Machinery, Energy Storage, Telecom, and Datacom industries.” says Fredrik Solscher, Managing Director Nefab Packaging West, LLC.

Facts about Nefab’s site in San Jose CA:
Address: 8477 Central Avenue, Newark, CA 94560
Certifications: ISO 9001 & ISO 14001
Engineering capabilities: Multi-material packaging design, prototyping, and testing
Manufacturing capabilities: Nefab ExPak & ExPak XL, Cleated plywood crates, Corrugated and Foam solutions, PE and Alu barrier bags, Packing supplies, as well as on-site packing services.
Contact us at sales.nca@nefab.com or +1 (408) 678 2500

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