We are always striving to improve, grow, and expand our capabilities here at Sew What? Inc. and Rent What? Inc. and truly enjoy doing so! Recently our Warehouse Manager Rick Garcia worked with our Receiving Coordinator Chris Greenhaw on an effective way to keep our rental Solenoid Kabuki Systems nice and cushioned inside our sturdy Pelican cases while transporting to our clients around the country. With an extremely high replacement cost on these items, we wanted to make sure that they are packaged in such a way that will keep them safe and sound for the sometimes thousands of miles they will travel between our warehouse and our clients venues. But of course we also needed to make sure that they were packaged in such a way that made it as simple as possible for our clients to be able to open up the kits and install them without a tangled up mess waiting for them inside the cases.


Together they developed a fantastic and creative way to pack everything up, using super industrial strength packing foam, and cutting out various squares that specifically fit the unique shapes of our solenoid kabuki heads, cables, power supplies, and remote triggers perfectly—and we (and our clients) couldn’t be happier! We love getting challenges like these because they truly help us grow as a company, and improve the quality of our products and services in a way that might not have happened otherwise.