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Our History

We’ve been designing, manufacturing, and distributing packages for the transport of dangerous and temperature-sensitive materials since 1982.

 

Some key moments in Dangerous Goods' growth:

1982 All-Pak enters the dangerous goods marketplace
1983 Created a green phenolic cap with PTFE/foam liner to meet pressure requirement for air transport
1984 Won the National Association of Container Distributor's Gold award for excellence in planning and executing packaging design
1986 All-Pak receives its first dangerous goods special permit from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
1991 UN Recommendations become part of the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 49
1994 Won the National Association of Container Distributor's Gold award for excellence in planning and executing packaging design for packaging designed for a major paint manufacturer
1995 Dangerous Goods reaches 200 performance packages
1996 Won the National Association of Container Distributor's Gold award for excellence in planning and executing packaging design
1996 The UN adopted the first version of “Model Regulations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods”
2000 Dangerous Goods expands to 500 performance packages
2002 Won the National Association of Container Distributor's Silver award for excellence in planning and executing packaging design for packaging designed for a major pharmaceutical company
2003 Developed a product line for PIH/TIH materials
2004 Won the National Association of Container Distributor's Silver award for excellence in planning and executing packaging design for packaging designed for a food manufacturer
2005 Dangerous Goods offers 800 performance packages
2007 Won the National Association of Container Distributor's Silver award for designing special permit packaging for air transport of lighters
2008 Won the National Association of Container Distributor's Gold award for excellence in planning and executing packaging design
2009 Developed recyclable, environmentally friendly molded pulp package systems
2010 Berlin Packaging acquires All-Pak and its Dangerous Goods division
2010 Berlin Dangerous Goods offers 1300 packaging kits
2011 Developed a new 38-439 tamper-evident cap
2012 Launched dedicated website to complement Berlin Dangerous Goods' catalog and Sales Consultant channels