Gorilla Shipper was formed in 2009. The company is proudly family-run, with over 40 years of expertise in the food manufacturing industry. Our goal was to develop strong, safe, and biodegradable corrugated wine shippers while reducing the carbon footprint on the environment. We know what it takes to ensure your cultivated wine and crafted beer arrive at their destinations safely.
Company headquarters are in Friday Harbor, Washington. Locations for our distribution centers are Memphis, TN, Syracuse, NY, Reno, NV, and Vacaville, CA.
All Gorilla Shipper boxes are made right here in the United States, and our Hexabox and Pulp shippers use recycled material in the manufacturing process.
Shipping & Delivery
Generally, we can ship anywhere in the continental United States. Learn more on our Shipping Page.
All orders are shipped directly to you from the closest distribution facility that produces the specific type of shipper boxes you purchased.
While we do everything possible to get your order shipped to you as quickly as possible, delays in transportation can be unpredictable. We recommend ordering ahead of time to account for the unexpected. We do our best to be flexible and responsive to any market changes and aim to keep you in the know as well.
Yes, in-store pickup is available at a number of our facilities. See our location map here! To get specific order details, call us at 866-447-4737.
We have a variety of sizes available, from 1-bottle shipper boxes up to 12-bottle shipper boxes, depending on the type of shipper box you order.
Environmental & Quality Concerns
Yes! All Hexabox corrugated shippers and pulp shipper boxes are 100% recyclable, biodegradable, and environmentally friendly.
All Gorilla Shipper boxes come with printed instructions for quick and easy assembly. For additional help, check out our video tutorial page with instructional videos that cover box-folding step-by-step.
Yes, our Hexabox and pulp shipper boxes have been through stringent testing procedures and certified by the International Safe Transit Authority (ISTA). This industry-wide certification ensures that our shipper boxes meet international standards. Shipping giants such as FedEx and UPS recognize ISTA certifications as the industry standard.
The ITSA utilized industry data and followed international standards when it conducted three stringent tests on our shipper boxes: free-fall drop tests from a height of 30 feet, compression tests, and rotary vibration tests. Our patented Hexabox shippers and pulp shipper boxes passed all three tests with flying colors. This certification is recognized by UPS and FedEx as the industry standard in safety.