Rand-Whitney’s ISTA testing lab is Amazon APASS certified.


APASS & ISTA Testing

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Packaging Built to Perform

Need to feel secure that your packaging is built to withstand any condition? With our ISTA certified testing lab we can make sure your packaging will properly protect your product and do its job. Once our engineers redesign your packaging, we test it in a controlled environment that simulates actual shipping conditions. These industry standard tests document your product performance and ensure it ends up in your customer’s hands unharmed.

Following ISTA procedures and protocols we can conduct the following tests: 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, 1G, 1H, 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E, 3A and 3E. We can also follow customer requested test parameters or specifications.

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APASS Member: Amazon Packaging Support and Supplier Network

Being an APASS member means that Rand-Whitney is certified to perform all necessary testing to certify your products to be sold on Amazon. Using our state of the art laboratory we complete the full battery of tests to ensure your product is ready to Ship In Own Container (SIOC). Upon completion, our lab provides you with an electronically transmitted report that can be filtered by any number of data points.

In addition to standard ISTA tests, Rand-Whitney is capable of performing:

  • Amazon – Over Boxing
  • Amazon – SIOC Type A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H
  • Fedex Type A, B
  • Sams Club

Corrugated Packaging

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Make your packaging a showcase for your products and brand.

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Custom packaging solutions to protect your most important products.


We understand that building sustainable packaging is as important to you as it is to us. That is why we offer 100% post-consumer waste paper.

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