Ranpak (Concord Township, OH) has published a brochure focusing on the use of PadPak® cushioning in military-related products. The four-color, eight-page brochure describes how the PadPak system for void-fill, wrapping, cushioning, blocking and bracing meets or exceeds all conventional and most military regulations for dunnage packaging.
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Sealed Air's (Saddle Brook, NJ) AirCap® and Polycap® bubble cushioning materials are now made with a minimum of 30% recycled plastic, not including internal scrap, and at least 15% post-consumer content.
Polyair® Packaging (Booth 3668) will display its Static Intercept cushioning material. It's suited for packaging static- and corrosion-sensitive products such as circuit boards and for applications where soldering is involved.
Metallocene polyolefin foams from Sentinel Products (Hyannis, MA) combine the ease of fabrication and processing of crosslinked PE foams with the enhanced physical properties of elastomeric foams for a low-cost alternative for void-fill packaging of laptop computers and other electronic products.
Flex-E-Wrap from Prompac Industries (Staten Island, NY) is a reusable cushioning material made from recycled kraft paper. It's designed as an environmentally friendly and space-saving alternative to bubble wrap.