CARTIER now offers you the option of reviewing your pallet packaging process, and more specifically the application of your stretch film.
We offer you “fast track” optimization, because sometimes it is enough just to change your stretch film application process to get better results.
Why optimize the stretch film on pallets?
At high volumes, stretch film can represent a significant cost for companies, not to mention its environmental cost.
Though apparently easy to use, just the right amount of film has to be put at strategic places.
When stretch wrap is applied incorrectly, it can result in additional costs, a surplus of rejected material, and even stability problems during transport.
Improper use can also result in over packaging and losses that an environmentally friendly packaging approach can avoid.
Use what is strictly necessary
Using just the right amount is the key to successful packaging cost control. CARTIER offers you a methodical eight-step approach over a period of 5 weeks based on ISTA protocols to optimize your pallet packaging and stretch film use.
Recommendations: the best stretch film and the best application. We even recommend the parameters to choose for on-site equipment.
- Gains in the tens, even hundreds of thousands of dollars per year.
- A guaranteed result, according to your objectives.
- A return on investment within 12 months.
- Proof of tangible, real effectiveness.
- Commercial proof for your clients and suppliers.
- An increase in your reliability.
- A reduction of your environmental footprint.
CARTER’S ISTA certified testing and simulation laboratory can accurately recreate your transport and handling conditions. You can be assured that any modification of your approach will be able to stand up to your reality.
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