Crating: where versatility meets value

From simple travel frames and one-way crates to multi-venue museum and exhibition designs, our wide range of styles incorporates quality and value for our clients.

Our crates comply with ISPM15 regulations so they are authorized for international transit.

 
These guidelines are for coniferous and non-coniferous raw wood packaging material that may serve as a pathway for plant pests posing a threat mainly to living trees. They cover wood packaging material such as pallets, dunnage, crating, packing blocks, drums, cases, load boards, pallet collars and skids which can be present almost any imported consignment, including consignments which would not normally be the target of phytosanitary inspections.

Wood packaging made wholly of wood-based products such as plywood, particle board, oriented strand board or veneer which have been created using glue, heat and pressure or a combination thereof should be considered sufficiently processed to have eliminated the risk associated with the raw wood. It is unlikely to be infested by raw wood pests during its use and therefore should not be regulated for these pests.

 

At Unified Fine Arts, we offer an à-la-carte variety of custom crates. We can build any kind of crate to fit each unique artwork. A full range of modular variations is created starting from four basic types of crates.

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Whether you're new to the art-collecting scene or your house doubles as a gallery for acquisitions, you must call on a storage and installation company you trust. Unified Fine Arts lists dozens of local galleries and private collectors—including The Rachofsky House—as clients. Plus, their 17,000-square-foot warehouse has all the latest in security and fire control.

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