In 2020, Philly Case acquired Fibre Case Corp, a leading manufacturer of shipping and carrying cases since 1894. Philly Case has been the exclusive manufacture of Fibre Case cases since 2001 and we are thrilled to continue to support these great customers today.
Lightweight Poly Cases & Fiber Cases
Lightweight Poly Cases, Polyethylene Cases
Polyethylene cases are used to safely carry and ship items and equipment. Lightweight Poly cases are strong, made of high density polyethylene plastic, chrome-plated hardware, and high grade aluminium. A lightweight poly case is a reliable alternative to an ATA case when the level of protection required is not as high, while weight and cost are considerations.
A lightweight poly case from Philly Case is a great alternative to our ATA case line when your shipping needs are less. When we build your lightweight poly case, we use only the finest of materials including high-density polyethylene, chrome-plated hardware, and high-grade aluminum.
All our custom-made Lightweight Poly cases can be built to your specifications. Our goal is to provide you with the highest quality custom Lightweight Poly cases at a competitive price while providing the highest level of customer service.
Lightweight Poly Case Types and Uses
Lightweight Poly cases can be used as trunk cases, briefcases, and portfolio cases. Round poly cases can be used to transport graphics, artwork, and portal table displays. Polyethylene cases can also be used for carrying lightweight computer equipment, small musical instruments, and more.
Features of Lightweight Poly Case Materials
Philly Case Company manufactures lightweight polyethylene cases with materials such as:
- 0.100″ or 0.125″ high density polyethylene
- Chrome-plated corners and rivets
- High grade aluminum angles
Fiber Cases and Lightweight Poly Cases
Cases like the current line of lightweight poly cases used to be made of fiberboard and were called fiber cases or fibre cases. When the Philly Case Company was founded, it was called the Philadelphia Fiber Case Company and specialized in manufacturing Fiber cases. Polyethylene has replaced fiberboard as the material of choice for cases of this type as it is lighter, stronger and less expensive. Many customers and people in the case industry still refer to these types of cases as fiber cases, but they are made now with polyethylene material.