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Sponsor: Automated Packaging Systems September 30, 2013 | Edited by Anne Marie Mohan

Advance productivity with the AirPouch® Express 3 void-fill system >>

This compact, tabletop system produces on-demand protective air pillows at speeds over 50 feet per minute. It is virtually maintenance free, with a unique knifeless design that eliminates the primary wear component found on similar machines. An all-electric design is ideal for single or multiple pack & ship stations.

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Fill more with less with EZ-Tear™ AirPouch® void-fill pillows >>

AirPouch EZ-Tear™ void-fill pillows feature our patented perforations between each pillow, requiring up to 80% less effort to pull and separate, while filling the same void with as much as 20% less material. XD Blend™ pre-formed pillow material is lightweight, strong and contains nearly a mile of material per box.

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Flexible, convenient protective packaging on demand with AirPouch® FastWrap™ >>

The AirPouch® FastWrap™ is a reliable on-demand protective packaging system that operates at 65 feet per minute. This dynamic system produces bubbles & tubes for wrapping, interleaving and block-and-brace applications. Use it as a stand-alone system or with accessories customized to any order fulfillment operation.

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Safely ship products with AirPouch® FastWrap™ bubbles and tubes >>

FastWrap™ protective packing materials secure and cushion products while in transit for fewer returns and more satisfied customers. Bubbles feature a channel-filled, honeycomb design for improved protection and multi-directional wrapping. EZ-Tear™ Perforations between each tube offer easier handling and less waste.

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Packaging offers solutions to food waste throughout the supply chain

Packaging has a vital role to play within the supply chain in minimizing food waste. That’s according to a new study that study shows where—and why—food waste occurs along both the fresh and manufactured food supply chain. The study also proposes opportunities for industry to reduce food waste in the supply chain through innovative and sustainable primary, secondary, and tertiary packaging.

Ten guidelines for effective front-panel package design

While there are no hard-and-fast rules in front-panel package design, here are some guidelines to help you define your brand on today’s cluttered retail shelves...

Say ‘No!’ to bans and fees on recyclable paper and plastic bags

In a new policy, the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries calls on policy makers to consider the impact on the recycling industry of bans on recyclable paper and plastic bags...

Latest technologies for keeping baked goods fresh

Learn about the wide variety of new packaging machines and materials that can play a key role in keeping baked goods fresh...

Implement brand protection strategies: Here’s how

While getting started on a brand protection path may seem daunting, the benefits of having such a strategy are immeasurable. Here are some tips to get you started...

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