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Design and development for Packing  
 
Onsite Packing Service  
 
Heat Treatment as per ISPM Regulations  
 
Fumigation as per ISPM Regulations  
 
Kiln Drying of Wood  
   
 
Design and development for Packing  
    Based on individual customer requirements regardless of nature and size of the product, product protection, handling, storage, transport and environment, ACE Industrial Packaging designs complete packaging solutions by :    
   
Using a structured process  
   
With focus on packaging and logistic cost optimization  
   
Using state-of-the art 3D software  
   
 
Onsite Packing Service  
   
Packing anything from personal effects to heavy machinery.    
   
We can package items at your own location. Custom packing cases and  
      palletization a speciality, thus reducing your transport costs.  
   
Clients can oversee and monitor the onsite packing process.  
   
 
Heat Treatment as per ISPM Regulations  
    Wood will be heated so that the core reaches a minimum temperature of 56 degrees Celsius for at least 30 minutes. HT specifications are met with the use of steam, hot water, or dry heat.
 
         
   
 
Fumigation as per ISPM Regulations  
    Methyl Bromide is most widely used fumigant for Quarantine purposes. It is a preferred fumigant for most of the quarantine authorities around the world, because of its good penetrating ability, rapid action, high toxicity to a broad spectrum of insects and pests. It is frequently used for fumigating timber, agricultural products, empty containers, food stuffs, and other agricultural produce.
 
    When fumigation is carried out with Methyl Bromide fumigant residue problems will not be there as aeration can be carried out easily. It is very effective in controlling all stages of insects from egg to the adult stage. Quarantine Authorities around the world have stipulated that methyl bromide fumigation has to be carried out for all the packing materials which are made out of Wood, Straw materials.  
         
   
 
Kiln Drying of Wood  
    In the case of kiln dried lumber, the lumber is dried in giant kilns with carefully controlled temperature and humidity levels. The goal is to get the lumber to dry quickly and evenly, and to prevent warping of the lumber which could render it unusable.    
         
   
     
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