With a 3.0 mil total thickness and a 50 micron biaxially oriented polypropylene (BOPP) film backing that resists nicks and tears – even in the harshest shipping environments – HP 535 is a highly durable tape suited for rigorous supply chains. Constructed with a special adhesive formula that offers better initial tack, higher holding power and a long-lasting seal, HP 535 provides a more secure seal for difficult-to-stick-to carton substrates.
With the continued growth of e-commerce, the shipping industry is processing and delivering an ever-increasing volume of heavier, bulkier, and more valuable packages, including food, beverages, industrial products, and electronics, directly to the doorsteps of consumers and businesses. Shurtape's HP 535 hot melt packaging tape offers one of the most robust, secure box sealing tape solutions, reducing the chance of compromised packages and reducing open returns for manufacturers and distributors.
“When shipping items like wine, food, or electronics direct to a consumer’s doorstep, producers are dealing with a high-value product that is going through a very harsh shipping environment,” said Bradley Dunlap, senior product manager, packaging, Shurtape Technologies, LLC. “In that scenario, you want a fail-safe tape that will unquestionably withstand the rigors of that supply chain.”
Shurtape offers printing on tape backing, which means HP 535 can be customized with logos, brand names and messages, including bilingual prints. “Because packaging tape is a component with which consumers directly interface when opening a product, it offers brands a unique marketing engagement element at the end of the supply chain,” said Bradley Dunlap, senior product manager, packaging, Shurtape Technologies, LLC.
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