Packaging Engineering Design

Advanced Military Packaging’s engineering department
can handle packaging contract requirements from start to finish. Our program managers are involved from the solicitation and quoting of a contract all the way through the signing off of the applicable packaging CDRL’s. We are available for start of work (SOW) and in-process review (IPR) meetings as well as any consultation required throughout the process.

Advanced Military Packaging produces, stocks, and/or procures all packaging materials necessary for development. We have testing equipment at our facility that complies with the requirements of ASTM-D4169 and a full service wood shop capable of producing all ASTM and MIL-STD containers. These in-house services allow for shorter lead-times, reduced packaging cost and flexibility in design.  We have all the forms, templates and applications necessary to comply with government format requirements.

United States Military Packaging, Design and Validation:

  • Packaging designs are developed in accordance with MIL-STD-2073-1
  • Special Packaging Instruction (SPI) are written in accordance with DI-PACK-80121B
  • Packaging design validation testing is done in accordance with ASTM-D4169
  • LMI Packaging Data shall be documented in accordance with DI-ALSS-81529 or DI-PACK80120
  • Equipment Preservation Data Sheets (EPDS)  Shipping and Storage Instructions are developed in accordance with MIL-STD-3003
  • EPDS and Shipping and Storage Instructions are written in accordance with DI-PACK-81581 and DI-PACK-80121B
  • Item identification is done in accordance with MIL-STD-130
  • Marking is done in accordance with MIL-STD-129

United Kingdom Military Packaging Design and Validation:

  • Package development is in conjunction with the DLO and Ministry of Defence (MOD)
  • Completion of DEF CON 129A forms
  • Creation of Service Packaging Instruction sheets
  • Packaging design and validation testing in accordance with DEF-STAN 81-41

Commercial Packaging and Validation:

  • Packaging and Designs are in accordance with ASTM-D3951
  • Package validation testing is in accordance with ASTM-D4169