A major portion of your cost of interior packaging is
the cost of transportation and warehousing and factory floor space.
1) Reduces warehouse handling, which take up considerably
less space in order to reduce both shipping and storage costs.
2) Less labor-intensive assembly process reduces labor costs.
3) The anti-static property of molded pulp eliminates the need for electrostatic
discharge bags which reduces time in assembly.
4) Frees warehouse space (an average of 10 to 20 % savings in floor
space comparing to EPS).
5) Increased packaging efficiency, no assembly is required, molded pulp
is ready to pack. Die-Cut corrugated design required too much time to
set up the package.
6) Easy to unpack; saves time for downstream industries from receiving
to re-distribution of finished goods.
7) Provides better product protection, highly shock absorbent, adequate
protection, for inner-packaging purpose, if possible no longer needed
the outer corrugated box in distribution process, instead wrapped in
shrink film. (material savings)
8) Much better direct presentation of the packaged goods to the customer,
excellent protection and easy to unpack.
9) Environmentally responsible packaging while at the same time controlling
10) To be more competitive in packaging businesses by adding more automated
robots and sealing machineries with the savings derived from material,
labor and warehouse handling.