Case Studies

Small Parts for a Massive Project

Our client was preparing to ship replacement rotors to a power plant in Sonoma CA. Along with the large and heavy cargo were a multitude of small parts, all of which needed to be received at the jobsite in an easy-to-identify, sequenced order to match the installation schedule. The manufacturer couldn’t afford any schedule deviations due to the impact on other project components and the prospect of significant liquidated damages for late completion.

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[General Electric] has worked with Dockside on packaging optimization programs in other parts of the country. We are pleased to be able to expand our program with them...Their specialized packaging expertise and familliarity with our products helps to improve our competitiveness

Chris Horne, GE November 7, 2016