History and Management Team

When the founder of our company began working in the aerospace industry, there was no one to help with problematic shipments, and the airlines were becoming increasingly strict in what they would carry aboard their planes. Lithium batteries, cosmetics, industrial chemicals, and other hazmat items all present unique transportation regulatory compliance challenges and require certifications. The airlines are not in the business of teaching people how to pack their freight, and thus, Airpack was born. We fix and pack cargo here in our warehouse so that your shipment doesn’t have to return to its point of origin. What sets us apart is that not only do we hold expertise in all levels of transportation regulations; we use our expertise to educate others. We pack shipments in our warehouse, and we teach and certify shippers and freight forwarders in our schoolhouse. We consider it our duty to keep shippers, freight forwarders, and manufacturers informed and updated on the constantly changing regulations concerning domestic and international transportation of hazardous materials and/or dangerous goods.

Airpack’s management team is comprised of professionals that are in tune with the constantly evolving and demanding supply chain and logistics industry. Our professionals’ participation and networking with industry related tradeshows and seminars keep you informed of current and future industry best practices. Organizations with whom we collaborate include:

  • Council on Safe Transportation of Hazardous Articles (COSTHA)
  • Dangerous Goods Advisory Council (DGAC)
  • Dangerous Goods Trainers Association (DGTA)
  • National Environmental Safety and Health Training Association (NESHTA)
  • National Institute of Packaging, Handling, and Logistics Engineers (NIPHLE)
  • National Defense Transportation Association (NDTA)
  • Contractors Transportation Management Association (CTMA)
  • Air Forwarders Association (AFA)
  • Baltimore Washington Air Cargo Association (BWACA)
  • LabelMaster’s Dangerous Goods Symposium
  • The Journal of Hazmat Transportation