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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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Reducing the cost of shipping with dunnage airbags

Reduce the hidden cost of shipping with dunnage airbags

Total cost of shipping The total cost of shipping doesn’t just relate to the cost of the freight to get your load from your facility to the point of sale. It also includes hidden costs, such as: Visible damage Concealed damage Labor costs Safety issues Customer satisfaction The difference between visible damage and concealed damage can be the difference between a sellable product and an unsellable one. When a truckload arrives at a receiving dock, shifted pallets and crushed boxes

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Angleboard edge-protection

Angleboard Applications

Angleboard applications Angleboard is used as protective packaging during before, during, and after shipping. There’s numerous uses for Angleboard, and they all help protect your product line. It’s made from multiple layers of paperboard, laminated, glued, and then formed into a rigid right angle. It has an open edge design that lends itself to it’s many applications. Applications: Strap protection Edge protection Unitization Stacking strength Beam strength Strap protection reduce indentation caused by strapping. It also improves tension transmission. Steel

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Pallet Frame for Packaging

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Pallet Frame benefits Pallet Frame is an economical protective packaging material used for numerous applications. It’s used for edge protection, unitizaiton, and stabilization. There’s no assembly required, which is always a plus. It’s also just one piece that goes onto a pallet. Pallet Frame remains in place without additional securement, making it easier to apply stretch film to the load. This gives increased stability to the load. Lightweight One-piece design Versatile Enhances load stability All in the family Pallet Frame

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Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

What is the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)? Have you heard this term being thrown around in almost every industrial manufacturing article out there? What’s the deal with the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Besides, the pretty ugly acronym, it’s a big deal for manufacturing and it’s here to stay. The Industrial Internet of Things, also known as the industrial internet, brings together smart machines, big data analytics, machine to machine communication, and people at work. Think of it as

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