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Recyclable Paper-based Cushioning

Pregis’ Easypack® GeoTerra™ is a curbside recyclable expandable paper product designed to provide light cushioning and interleaving protection.

Pregis Easypack Geo Terra Paper Pr Copy

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Made from recyclable Kraft paper, Pregis' GeoTerra helps brands throughout the North American market meet their environmental goals while providing customers more circular curbside recyclable packaging options.

This inside-the-box packaging is a wrappable solution that is efficient to store and use while also providing exceptional protection attributes. GeoTerra expands during dispensing, forming a lattice structure that provides a protective cushioning and interleaving for fragile products, such as glassware, cosmetics, candles, and jarred food products. The pattern nests together to lock products in place, providing six-sided protection without the need for tape or fastening, further increasing efficiency and convenience.

GeoTerra arrives in compact and stackable rolls to minimize warehouse space. The proprietary dispenser is designed for easy tension adjustment allowing for a quick pull, tear, and pack motion, and the rolls are light weight and easy to load on the dispenser. The GeoTerra rolls are also available in a convenient dispenser box for mobile packing needs.

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