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Laminations: Plastic triangle stabilizes palletized loads

VBoard® Anchor holds corner protectors in place during stretch wrapping and prevents palletized products from shifting during shipping and handling.
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Laminations®, a part of Great Northern Corporation introduces VBoard® Anchor, an innovative product that helps prevent loads from shifting on pallets while also improving safety in the automatic stretch-wrapping process.

Comprised of a clear sturdy plastic triangle with slots to accommodate most VBoard leg calipers, the VBoard Anchor is designed to be placed between boxes and/or fastened by staple or nail to the pallet. The VBoard edge protection is slipped through the slots, holding the edge protectors firmly in place during stretch wrapping, shipping and handling.

The anchor also helps clean up stretch-wrap tails that result when the wrap is tied off on the pallet runner. The result is streamlined shipping preparation and reduced stretch wrap waste.

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