Trade Suppliers of Aluminium Cases
Tough, durable metal equipment cases with foam inserts / custom options
If you are looking for multiple aluminium cases for your business or team, the Zarges Eurobox is a great choice.
With 11 different sizes in the range, including specialist tool boxes, you can also specify a wide range of bespoke options. This includes custom foam inserts – manufactured in the UK by GWP Protective – tailored to your equipment. Add in exterior print, castors, trolleys and more, and it ensures there is a Zarges case to suit virtually any environment or use.
Please see below for the range of market leading Eurobox Zarges aluminium cases you can source and customise through GWP Protective.
More info on Zarges Eurobox
Tough, durable equipment cases for ultimate protection
The use of aluminium to manufacture cases has a number of benefits over traditional moulded plastic cases, and Zarges Euroboxes are no different. Aluminium cases are light yet sturdy, will absorb impact and shock keep items within safe and secure.
Surprisingly to many, Zarges cases are also non magnetic and will not suffer from corrosion (i.e. they don’t rust).
A small layer of oxidisation will occur on the surface if it comes into contact with moisture, but this then forms a protective barrier preventing any further corrosion or rust from occurring.
Other key advantages of Zarges aluminium Eurobox cases include being resistant to UV rays, being almost completely immune to fluctuations in temperature (between -80 degrees C and 150 degrees C – making them perfect for polar expeditions) and being fully recyclable too.
This makes them a great choice for professionals and businesses that either need to ship important parts, tools or kit, or who have service / field engineers using equipment on site.
If additional levels of protection are required, then it is also possible to source custom engineered case inserts from GWP Protective at the same time as purchasing your cases. The benefit of this is that the Plastazote® polyethylene foam inserts are a perfect fit for your chosen case, as well as tailored to your individual items.
For a full list of the features and benefits offered by the Zarges Eurobox range, please view the detailed buying guide by clicking here.
Zarges Eurobox Video
Key details in under 2 minutes
Please watch the brief overview video below for all important Zarges Eurobox features and benefits at a glance.
Zarges Eurobox FAQs
Common questions about aluminium cases
See below for a number of common questions regarding the Zarges Eurobox range.
Can’t see the answer to your specific question? Please don’t hesitate to contact a member of the GWP team on 01722 416 440, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll be happy to help!
What size Euroboxes are available?
There are 11 different size options in the Zarges Eurobox range. The smallest of these is 350 x 250 x 310 mm (internal length x width x depth), whilst the largest is 1150 x 750 x 480 mm. You can see a full list of sizes (and weights, volumes etc.) in this Zarges Eurobox sizes chart.
Where are Zarges Euroboxes manufactured?
Zarges cases are manufactured in Germany, ensuring a consistent, high quality to all of their products. The company head quarters address is Zargesstraße 7
82362 Weilheim, Germany.
Can I have a custom size aluminium case?
Will aluminium cases rust?
To many peoples’ surprise, aluminium will not rust. When exposed to moisture, a very thin layer of oxidisation will occur, which will then prevent any corrosion (or rust) from forming. As a result of this, Zarges Euroboxes and similar aluminium cases will not rust.
Can I add wheels to my Eurobox?
It is possible to add wheels, clip on castors and even separate trolleys to your Zarges Eurobox cases. This is in addition to the other customisation options, such as painted finishes and custom foam inserts.
Are different colour Zarges cases available?
Standard Zarges Euroboxes are supplied in a aluminium / silver finish. However, it is possible to specify specific colours, which are applied to the case using a hard-wearing paint. Please note that minimum order quantities (MOQs) will apply.
Can Euroboxes be customised?
Yes, Zarges Euroboxes can be customised in a number of ways. This includes a wide range of manufacturer options (wheels, handles etc.), but also third party modifications. The most popular of these is the use of Plastazote® foam inserts, used to organise and protect the content of the case.
Can I order a single Zarges case?
It is possible to purchase a single Zarges case. However, GWP Protective specialise in supplying either customised or mid – to high volume cases to business users. If you are looking for an unmodified, one of case, the most cost effective route would be to find an online retailer. If you are in doubt however please ask – we will be happy to advise as appropriate.
What other aluminium cases are there?
Zarges are the market leaders in supplying aluminium cases, so these are the only options GWP would recommend. However, there are numerous ranges within the Zarges collection, including K470 containers, Lithium Battery Boxes and Kit Skips. GWP can also manufacture custom flight cases for specific applications too.
What are Zarges cases typically used for?
Zarges case are used in a number of applications and industries. Their lightweight nature means they are used extensively for shipping and air freight, whilst being easy to clean means they are used in medical markets too. They are also widely used for transporting sports kit / equipment, and for service or field engineers.
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Free quotes, impartial advice and guidance
GWP Protective specialise in supplying a wide range of protective cases to businesses and trade customers.
With over 25 years’ experience, and being an independent supplier of all the major case brands, it means you can benefit from truly impartial and expert advice on the best case and foam insert for your specific application.
As such, our friendly, UK based staff will be happy to advise on the best Zarges Eurobox (or alternative option) for your requirements, as well as provide no obligation quotes and guidance on the full range of bespoke options.
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