Quick Pak's New Line of
'Greener' Stretch Films
Handwrap is the result of many months of development and field-testing. It's a
stiff and tough film capable of replacing competitive products, which are
|The inherent toughness of HYBRiD80™ Handwrap allows you to
get higher holding force and better puncture properties than thicker obsolete
Width Banding Film
* Is our best selling HYBRiD80 film.
HYBRiD80™ Handwrap will neck-down (narrow) much less during
application making the above standard widths appropriate alternatives to
12", 15" and 18" competitive products.
Due to the inherent toughness of HYBRiD80™ Handwrap we suggested
you compare the above standard thicknesses to significantly thicker competitive
offerings (example, compare the 55ga to 75ga & 80ga films).
The U.S. market is seeing a shift in the stretch film
industry to lighter, stronger pallet wrap in both hand and machine grade film.
Many top manufacturers have indicated that within 3 - 5 years the 80 gauge will
no longer be sold in the market place because of current soaring cost to
We have developed a new line called HYBRiD80™. This new line, will give
distributors a break from high priced (me too 80 gauge) standard pallet film an
opportunity to enhance their sales efforts.
We created this line to help distributors develop new
business, maintain profit margins and also to offer your customers something
new to talk about.
HYBRiD80™ is a seven-layered cast
Micron-Film with a Metallocene
additive that has a high resistance to stretch for superior load retention that
will perform as well as an 80-gauge film. It will be sold in a range of 20%+
savings under conventional 80 gauge wrap.
The HYBRiD80™ is available in 3", 5", 18", 20" extended core
hand wrap, 18" hand wrap and machine films, which can also be printed on.
GREEN MAY GET GOING IN 2009
decision by computer-manufacturer Dell Inc. to launch a program to
significantly cut packaging size and weight. As well as packaging costs, is
setting the tone for 2009. The ?going green? groundswell is likely to gain
momentum in 2009 and beyond. Partly due to the cost savings offered by reduced,
The reason why Dell is looking to turn itself into the ?greenest technology
company on the planet? is simple: customer and consumer pressure. Earlier this
year, the company was subjected to an intense blog campaign relative to its
packaging ?excesses,? and it wisely responded with the current program.
In 2009 and beyond, green is going to not only be good, but likely essential,
for a product to be successfully marketed.
Packaging Journal Analyst