MEI Rigging & Crating Recognized by Top U.S. Contractor

MEI Rigging & Crating has been recognized by Turner Logistics as a distinguished subcontractor at local Dallas banquet
Dallas, Texas—November 16, 2015

MEI Rigging & Crating was recognized for their outstanding work in providing rigging, crating and related project management services. Full Release

MEI Rigging & Crating Helps with Solar Energy Factory Relocation

MEI Rigging & Crating move solar energy farm to Barbados
Phoenix, Arizona—October 15, 2015

MEI Rigging & Crating performed a turnkey factory relocation for a solar panel manufacturing equipment company, destined for Barbados.  Deltro Electric LTE, a solar contractor, needed help with a huge project to move Full Release

MEI Rigging & Crating Breaks Ground in Houston

MEI Rigging & Crating helps with demand in the Houston Market with the  groundbreaking of 80,000 square foot facility
Houston, Texas—July 12, 2015

MEI Rigging & Crating is pleased to announce the groundbreaking of a new 80,000 square foot Rigging & Crating facility in Houston Texas, due to open in early 2016. The 10+ acre site is located within the Kennedy Greens South Business Park in North Houston… Full Release

MEI Rigging & Crating Delivers Utah’s Jurassic World

MEI Rigging & Crating move family of Utahraptors that help prove they hunted in packs
Lehi, Utah—June 10, 2015

“Clever Girl”  says the Game Warden In the first Jurassic Park movie, upon realizing that Velociraptors (really Utahraptors) do indeed hunt in packs.  These clever Utahraptors are now on display in the Museum of Ancient Life in Lehi, Utah,  thanks to a well executed delivery of these rare fossils by MEI Rigging & Crating LLC. Full Release

MEI Chosen for Crating and Packaging NASA’s FFT Space Shuttle

Historic event culminates with unveiling of the Trainer’s Crew Compartment in Seattle
SEATTLE—June 30, 2012

MEI LLC announced today that the company was chosen to supply packaging and build crates to transport NASA’s Full Fuselage Trainer (FFT) Space Shuttle for its journey from Houston’s Johnson Space Center to Seattle’s Museum of Flight. The FFT was carefully wrapped, crated, and packed by MEI in 22 large sections and will be reassembled later by The Museum of Flight for permanent display.  Full Release

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