We ‘unpack’ the key differences between cast film and blown film. Find out what’s best for certain types of pallets.
NanoWrap proved that sustainable pallet wrapping can make a major difference and now NanoEcho is helping NZ companies take the next big step. However, when it comes to enacting real positive change and exceeding sustainability targets, it’s still important that solutions are made to measure.
There are two main reasons for using too much pallet wrap – and the good news is they are both simple to avoid.
Many purchases are made without understanding the bigger picture of ‘true’ value. It is true of shoes. It’s true of property. And, sometimes, it’s also true of pallet wrap.
Highlight’s Portable Film Force System accurately measures both containment force and puncture resistance in pallet packaging.
Be it packaging, equipment, or other processes, our constant refrain when it comes to suggesting new approaches is “if we can’t measure it, we won’t recommend it”.
Do you have issues with stretch film riding up on pallets during transportation? Don’t worry – there’s a cost-effective, time-efficient answer. UP’s Application Specialist Jed Goudie will show you the ropes…
Sometimes it’s not realistic to install an entirely new pallet wrapping set-up to meet a change in safety requirements. When this occurs, you’ve got two options.
Small tweaks to pallet stacking patterns can have far larger consequences for both product damage and pallet optimisation.
On a sunny Friday in March our team traded the work clothes for some fun new t-shirts, the laptops for axes, and the sales targets for archery ones…