Loose Fill Packaging

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Filling the Void

Void Fill

Even with access to cost effective custom cardboard boxes, it’s very rare for suppliers sending out multiple products to have the right box every time and not require some kind of void fill. Void fill, of course, has two functions: to stop the contents of a box rattling around inRead More

A complete and utter history of loose fill packaging. Part One.

void fill packaging

There was a lot of interesting stuff going on in late 1962. There was the Cuban Missile Crisis, of course, and the start of a ‘big freeze’ that would leave Britain covered in snow and without a frost-free night until March. November, meanwhile, witnessed the first mention in the mediaRead More

How to save money with air packaging!

air packaging

So far when talking about the advantages of air cushion packaging, we’ve concentrated on how much less space it takes up in your warehouse. So, for example, a single roll of our cushion film gives you about 71 cubic feet of packing material when inflated. That equates to almost fiveRead More

A complete and utter history of loose fill packaging. Prologue.

history of loose fill packaging

Just because there were no packing peanuts before 1962, it doesn’t mean that up till then people just dropped things loosely into their cardboard boxes and cartons and hoped for the best. All manner of things were employed in an attempt to stop things getting broken; in fact, anything thatRead More