Category: Foam Packaging Systems

Foam in place packaging benefits

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Foam in place packaging provides unique customized cushioning properties.  Foam in place packaging systems provide unique customized cushioning properties. It is extremely versatile because it molds around the product it is protecting. This molding happens when two liquid chemicals are injected into a high density polyethylene bag. Once this happens, the reaction begins to “foam” and expand to surround the item. This fills the void between the container and the product, creating a completely custom protective shell. This technology offers

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Equipment tax incentive increase for 2018

2018 equipment tax incentive

1 million dollars Hopefully you read that in your best Austin Powers voice. That’s because the equipment tax incentive for purchasing equipment in 2018 is increasing. Up from a $500,000 deduction in 2017, this years tax deduction doubles to $1,000,000. It feels good to type out all of those zeroes. Yeah, baby, yeah! Those zeroes are helping your bottom line and giving you incentive to make 2018 the year to purchase packaging equipment… mmm savings. How the equipment tax incentive

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Packaging Equipment Benefits

Packaging Equipment Benefits

Equipment & Automation You’ve always heard it was a good idea to improve your process, but where do you start? Stretch wrapper, case sealer, case erector, strapping machine, batching and bagging system. The list of packaging equipment goes on and on, and the price tag can seem like a lot at first. However, equipment pays for itself. We can make it very easy for you and show you how. DID YOU KNOW: Packaging equipment will give you a positive ROI

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eBooks: Just how much do on the job injuries cost your business?

Safety. Worker’s compensation payouts. OSHA regulations. On the job safety. All of these are critical components to determining the total cost of your production. Did you know that the US spends an average of $1 BILLION per week on nonfatal workplace injuries? Or that 110,000 forklift accidents happen every year and that nearly 37,000 people are injured just getting on or off a forklift a year? Then I bet you didn’t know that every year over 1 million US workers

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Case Study: Choosing the right foam-in-place system can have far reaching effects

Not only did the fabricator find a simpler solution for their workers, they’re helping their customer to look at a new foam-in-place system for their facility, as well. A major vendor of ours was selling an engineered plank to a company, who was then fabricating foam cushioning components for a manufacturer of automotive cooling and heating systems. The automotive customer began asking their fabricator about manufacturing “pre‐mold” foam-in-place pieces at their facility and adding them to the daily shipment of fabricated products being sent to the manufacturer.

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