Foam and protective packaging
Provide additional protection when necessary
Packing materials are used frequently to provide additional protection for products that are fragile, irregularly shaped or highly valuable while also offering a cost-effective packaging solution.
Foam & foam peanuts
Lightweight, highly resistant and multi-purpose, protective foam is ideal for keeping products of all shapes and sizes from moving around while also protecting them from impact, vibrations and wear. Available in multiple thicknesses.
Many options available: in regular or perforated rolls, cut, antistatic or cohesive.
Lightweight bubble products are the ideal choice for filling voids and protecting goods from impact.
To provide protective padding in boxes, stabilize merchandise during intermodal transport or simply group multiple products.
Sold in rolls. For use inflated or deflated.
Styrofoam provides better protection for irregularly shaped items. An effective solution that we customize to meet your needs.
Ice pack options also available.
Protective cardboard packaging
An eco-friendly option to replace selected protective products.
Consult our product specialists to make an effective and eco-friendly choice!
On Our Radar
Categories: Culture & Innovation, E-commerce, Écoresponsabilité, Equipment
What does 2023 hold for the packaging market?
By calling on us, you will obtain scenarios fully adapted to your needs; we can calculate your ROI, and even test the proposed solutions beforehand and support your teams in change management.
BE ECO-RESPONSIBLE, BUT NOT AT ANY COST
When it comes to eco-responsible packaging, some materials stand out more than others. Cardboard, by its recyclable nature, tops the list as an “eco-responsible” product, while plastic is often demonized. Between the perceptions and the actual impact of these materials on our ecological footprint, there can be a world of interpretation.
Categories: E-commerce, Products
Seven ways to pack for the e-commerce age
Here like elsewhere, e-commerce is becoming increasingly prevalent. Your packaging must adapt to this reality in many ways. Here are seven ways to make your online strategy both successful and profitable.