From their press release:
"After launching our company in 2006 with sports, collectible, religious and pet branded items, the agreement provides us with a tremendous opportunity to enter the entertainment industry category with an extremely popular and well-loved brand," said Clint Mytych, CEO Eternal Image.They have already started designing products and expect to ship urns and caskets by late this year. If that's the case, I would hope (expect?) to see a photon torpedo type casket, a la Spock's casket in Star Trek II (pictured above).
"These licensed-image Star Trek products offer true fans a unique expression of their commitment to the franchise. For many years fans have asked for these types of products - or made their own - and we believe the Star Trek audience will embrace the idea which will create a very strong demand," added Mytych.