As one of the largest military contractors in the U.S. government procurement system, with over ten thousand government contracts processed annually, our packaging department’s personnel have a vast amount of knowledge and experience fulfilling the packaging and labeling requirements of the DoD’s numerous military packaging specifications. Kampi Components’ capabilities include complete mil-spec packaging of material of various sizes and requirements in accordance with the numerous and strict requirements of the U.S. government. Whether your requirement is for heavy duty custom made crates and platforms or the handling of fragile electrical components, our packaging specialists are perceptive and well trained to inspect, package and label your goods prior to transport. We guarantee that the stringent requirements put forth by the Department of Defense are properly adhered to and the materials are protected from deterioration and damage to ensure safe transport to their intended destination as well as being properly labeled and easily identifiable upon receipt by the government customer.
Our company fully supports the government’s key initiative to be more environmentally conscious and limit the amount of paper that is generated from the overall government procurement process. One essential tool recently implemented by the government to reduce paper and consolidate the access of contract related reports and documents is the Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF) system. The WAWF system is an electronic system that records the transfer of material into the government’s hands. Our company’s personnel are extensively experienced in all aspects of the military logistic process, including WAWF. Our personnel use WAWF daily to electronically submit paperless invoices on hundreds of contracts. WAWF enables us to have access to the necessary documentation to do business with the DoD, including the capability to paperless receive, record and invoice contracts to the DoD through an efficient paperless application.
WAWF is the preferred application of the DoD for access to receiving reports, creating invoices and accepting contracts. WAWF increases the speed of payment by the DoD by assisting to eliminate lost or misplaced paperwork that can hold up payment to the government’s supplier. WAWF enables suppliers and the government customer to confirm material shipments are received by the end user and also send invoices electronically.
From contracts for only a few units to contracts for tens of thousands of units, our personnel are well trained in the processes and procedures used to appropriately package and label materials in accordance with military specifications. Our capabilities include specialized packaging such as military RFID (Radio Frequency Identification). In addition, we offer military packaging consisting of anti-static Electrical Static Discharge (ESD) shielding packaging, as well as moisture and corrosion inhibitor packaging.
Shipping Container Hierarchy
We provide crating services at our in-house wood working facility, including complete crating solutions customized to your specific requirements. Each wooden platform or crate is built I/A/W military specification requirements and to exact measurements by our skilled experts. Each crate is design and built to specifications tailored to ensure the safety and secure transport of material to the required destination(s).
Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT)
In addition, there is a certified hazardous materials (HAZMAT) specialist on premises. All HAZMAT orders are properly prepared in accordance with HAZMAT and dangerous goods shipping guidelines, and packaged in accordance with military specifications and standard MIL-STD-2073. Kampi’s certified HAZMAT specialist follows all government guidelines pertaining to packaging and shipment of hazardous materials prior to any materials leaving our facility. Our HAZMAT personnel are trained to ensure that the appropriate documentation and forms are accurate and complete prior to shipment, including properly packaging, marking and labeling of all hazardous materials in accordance with government regulations.
Mil Spec Packaging Materials By Type
Greaseproof, Waterproof, Flexible Barrier Materials
|Mil-PRF-121 Grade A||Type I Class 1||Flat Kraft/Poly Heavy Duty|
|Mil-PRF-121 Grade A||Type I Class 2||Crepe Kraft/Poly Heavy Duty|
|Mil-PRF-121 Grade A||Type II Class 1||Flat Kraft/Poly Medium Duty|
|Mil-PRF-121 Grade A||Type II Class 2||Crepe Kraft/Poly Medium Duty|
Waterproof, Vaporproof Flexible Barrier Materials
|Mil-PRF-131 Class I||Type I||Film/Foil/Poly – available in reinforced Tyvek|
|Mil-PRF-131 Class 2||Type I||Crepe Kraft/Poly Heavy Duty|
|Mil-PRF-131 Class 3||Type I||Scrim/Foil/Poly|
|Mil-PRF-131||Type II||Flame Resistant|
Ordnance Wrap & Wax Wrap
|Mil-B-121 Grade C||Type I Class 1 Heavy Duty||Scrim/Film/Wax 1 Side|
|Mil-B-121 Grade C||Type I Class 2 Heavy Duty||Scrim/Film/Wax 2 Sides|
|Jan-B-121 Grade C||Type I Class 1 Medium Duty||Scrim/Film/Wax 1 Side|
|Jan-B-121 Grade C||Type I Class 2 Medium Duty||Scrim/Film/Wax 2 Sides|
|Jan-B-121 Grade C||Type II Class 1 Light Duty||Scrim/Film/Wax 1 Side|
|Jan-B-121 Grade C||Type II Class 2 Light Duty||Scrim/Film/Wax 2 Sides|
Chemically Neutral Wrap
|Mil-P-130||Type I||Crepe/Kraft/Laminated/Heavy Duty|
|Mil-P-130||Type II||Crepe/Kraft/Laminated/Medium Duty|
|Mil-P-17667||Type I Flat/Kraft #30||Blue Lined|
|Mil-P-17667||Type II Calss 1 Crepe/Kraft #30||Blue Lined|
Transparent Barrier Materials
|Mil-PRF-22191||Type I Class 1 Heavy Duty||Scrim/Film/Wax 1 Side|
|Mil-PRF-22191||Type I Class 2 Heavy Duty||Scrim/Film/Wax 2 Sides|
Bags And Tubing Meet the Following Specifications
|Mil-PRF-121||Grade A Type I Class 1||Mil-DTL-117 Type II Class C Style 1|
|Mil-PRF-121||Grade A Type II Class 1||Mil-DTL-117 Type III Class C Style 1|
|Mil-PRF-131||Type I Class 1||Mil-DTL-117 Type I Class E Style 1|
|Mil-PRF-131||Type I Class 2||Mil-DTL-117 Type II Class E Style 1|
|Mil-PRF-131||Type I Class 3||Mil-DTL-117 Type III Class E Style 1|
|Mil-PRF-22191||Type I||Mil-DTL-117 Type I Class E Style 2|
|Mil-PRF-22191||Type II||Mil-DTL-117 Type II Class C Style 2|
|Mil-PRF-81705D||Type I Class 1||Mil-DTL-117 Type I Class F Style 1|
Most Common MIL-SPEC Standards
- 49 CFR/IATA