Lian Li packages the PC-O11 Dynamic in a brown cardboard box with an image on the front and a blow-up diagram on the rear. You will also find the "Der Bauer" logo on here, who is a famous German overclocker. Both sides of the box lack any carrying holes and hold the same information: bar codes and a sticker to let you know which color is within.
The enclosure is held in place by thick foam spacers, while a plastic bag protects it from scratches and fingerprints.
You will receive all the necessities with the chassis, and these consist of a bag of black screws, some Velcro strips in place of zip ties, and a rubber block. I couldn't figure out what the rubber block is supposed to be used for, and the manual makes no mention of it either. Speaking of which, it comes in the form of a black booklet that acts as pretty basic guide on how to assemble the system.