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Load containment system

Providing load containment and breathability, the Muller Flexi-Rope system takes standard machine film rolls and ropes the film from both sides to create a thin, strong band.


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Polyolefin stiff film

Created for static lap seal or high-speed shrink packaging equipment running at speeds in excess of 100 packages/min., Clysar EZ-R polyolefin stiff shrink film is used with products such as bakery, produce and frozen foods.


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Tray films

Engineered for convenience products, Südpack SafePeel Hot film can used with multi-chamber trays.


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Water-soluble films

Odorless and tasteless, MonoSol food-friendly Vivos water-soluble films dissolve in hot or cold water or other liquids; each film is crafted for specific product usage.


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Stretch sleeve labels

Available in a range of sizes with 360° print coverage, Automated Packaging Systems AutoSleeve stretch sleeve labels come in clear or white opaque films, both plain and printed in up to 10 colors; they are manufactured in 2-, 3- or 4-mil thicknesses and are 100% recyclable.


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Jet set meal containers

Airplane food has been the subject of countless punchlines, but it’s no joke to Scandinavian Airlines, which recently decided to revamp its dinner packaging.


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Film splicing system

Featuring an auto-splice head coupled with a dual-spindle film system, the tna robag Auto-splice system splices film, joining the start of a new pre-prepared roll of film to the end of an expiring roll.


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Resealable films

Südpack Multipeel multilayer packaging films can be opened without a knife or scissors; they can be reclosed multiple times without product quality loss.


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Heat-stable shrink film

PSI Polyflex transverse direction-orientated, heat-stable oriented polystyrene shrink label film shrinks less than 0.4% at 95°F for 24 hrs; it has a 3% machine direction growth.


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Drum touch shrink film

Manufactured for fresh meat and fish producers, KM Packaging soft “drum” touch shrink film features a 25-micron/100-gauge thickness.


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