Bubble Wrap

The bubble wrap is commonly used for packing fragile items. Regularly spaced with air-filled pockets provide cushioning protection for your items.

Loose-Fill Foam

The loose fill foam are polystyrene which are superlight and provides cushioning around the item. They are used when there are voids to be filled in the box. Ideal for irregular shaped items. Being superlight weight, it saves on the delivery costs that come with the weight of the package. When the voids in the box are filled, the compactness that the loose fill foam provides additional protection to your item.

“FRAGILE” stickers

These stickers are pasted outside the carton box. With the red and white boldness, it serves to remind the fragility of the item when handling the carton box. Commonly used when the cartons are exported.

Polyethylene foam

Polyethylene is a class of thermoplastics practically ubiquitous in consumer products. In its foam form, polyethylene is used in packaging, vibration dampening and insulation, as a barrier or buoyancy component, or as material for cushioning. It is most frequently seen as a packaging material.

OPP Tapes

OPP tapes are most commonly used to seal carton boxes. Their elastic and adhesive properties are highly recommended for carton boxes as compared to paper adhesive tapes. Usually available in brown or transparent colors. Tape dispensers are recommended to use along with the tapes for easier and more efficient taping.

Pallet Stretch Film

Stretch wrap or stretch film is a highly stretchable plastic film that is wrapped around items. The elastic recovery keeps the items tightly bound. In contrast, shrink wrap is applied loosely around an item and shrinks tightly with heat. It is frequently used to unitize pallet loads but also may be used for bundling smaller items.