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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.
- Expansion foam
- Foam bags
- Foam peanuts
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.
- Bubble wrap
- Bubble envelopes
To provide protective padding in boxes, stabilize merchandise during intermodal transport or simply group multiple products.
Sold in rolls. For use inflated or deflated.
- Custom plastic bags for general use
- Inflatable bags
- Void fill bags for use during transport
Styrofoam provides better protection for irregularly shaped items. An effective solution that we customize to meet your needs.
- Thermal containers
- Custom-cut or moulded styrofoam
Ice pack options also available.
Protective cardboard packaging
An eco-friendly option to replace selected protective products.
- Corrugated cardboard rolls
- Flat board
- Cardboard sheets
- Honeycomb paperboard
- Kraft paper
- Void fill solutions for use during transport
Consult our product specialists to make an effective and eco-friendly choice!
On Our Radar
With back to school, Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Christmas and Boxing Day sales, the last four months of the year turn into a parcel mailing marathon. A Shipathon, as we like to call it.
I’m passionate about the “box”, but I know that for most businesses it’s not a priority. Often, the planning of the packaging is put aside until comes time to deliver. Two years ago, the manufacturing times for a box were between 7 and 10 days. Today the deadline has gone up to 8-10 weeks. Howcome?
In recent years, many companies have been seeking to reduce their environmental footprint. This phenomenon is also evident among consumers, who are increasingly demanding environmentally friendly solutions. Some 74% of them are even willing to pay more for a green option! As you strive to respond to this need and reduce your ecological impact, learn more about some high-performance packaging solutions keeping in mind that the famous cardboard box was just the beginning!