Sealed Air has launched its first paper wrapping systems to meet growing demand from low and medium volume E-Commerce retailers and fulfilment companies.
The new SEALED AIR® brand QuikWrap Nano and SEALED AIR® brand QuikWrap M systems both provide businesses with a small, ready-to-roll paper wrapping solution that’s easy to operate. The systems don’t require any electricity or maintenance and involve very little or no assembly.
Each system produces a double layer of FSC certified honeycomb paper and interleaf tissue paper to enhance product protection. The paper is 100% recyclable using kerbside services and is dispensed using unique ‘tear and hold’ technology for quicker and safer operation, without the need for scissors
Andrea Questa EMEA Fulfilment paper solution Manager at Sealed Air, explains: “The SEALED AIR® brand QuikWrap Nano and SEALED AIR® brand QuikWrap M are ideal for small and medium sized businesses that want an easy to use, space saving and efficient paper wrapping solution. The two new systems have a compact footprint, making them ideal for smaller operating spaces. These ready-to-roll dispensers enable packaging operations to be up and running in no time”
The SEALED AIR® brand QuikWrap Nano is the smallest dual paper wrapping system in the market and is suited to low volume operations. The system features a corrugated board dispensing box containing 61 metres of expanding die cut honeycomb paper and interleaf tissue paper. The box and interleaf can be custom printed to create branding opportunities. Once the system is empty, the entire dispenser can be recycled using kerbside services, where available.
The SEALED AIR® brand QuikWrap M has been designed as an easily refillable system for medium volume operations. A lightweight, robust metal frame is used to hold larger, 1,700 metre rolls of the expanding die cut honeycomb paper and interleaf tissue paper.
Andrea added: “Both systems quickly produce two layers of protective packaging. The expanding honeycomb paper provides cushioning, with the interleaf tissue protecting against surface abrasions. Together, this helps to improve the overall customer experience during unboxing, as products are better protected.”
Sealed Air has also launched a new Modular Pack Station, which enables companies to save space by more ergonomically organising both paper and inflatable packaging equipment.
Operators can modify the Modular Pack Station to suit their exact requirements by utilising a range of table, shelving, and attachment options to reduce touchpoints and improve overall packaging efficiencies. The Modular Pack Station is available in a single, double, or bespoke configuration, and can be expanded as businesses grow. A wide range of SEALED AIR® brand packaging systems for void fill, wrapping and performance cushioning are easily integrated into the Modular Pack Station: these include both paper-based and inflatable packaging, for example, the SEALED AIR® brand FasFil® paper and BUBBLEWRAP® brand systems.
Andrea concluded: “Fast-growing E-Commerce retailers can often find rapidly rising sales outpace their packaging functions, meaning the packing area quickly becomes inefficient and spills into other work spaces. The new Modular Pack Station provides a solution to this and one that can easily evolve as sales and volumes increase.”
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