XP films target the most competitive stretch wrap business
In hand rolls, machine rolls and narrow widths
The Source Reduction Option
XP films target the most competitive stretch
XP Engineered film reduces film use
XP Formula films also offer a significant cost saving alternative!
Lighter weight rolls are easier to use and cost less without
a loss in performance. This unique film is working and strong
right off the roll. XP formulation eliminates the need to stretch
film to get maximum performance.
CASE STUDY - Subject: Litewrapper pallet wrap system
We are a logistics world company and we want to receive information
about your dispenser of film Litewrapper model DP212
Please, could you send us a complete information about the product,
price, term of supply, etc?.
Making Business Flow
Thank you very much for your inquiry and interest in our Litewrapper
The key benefits of the systems are:
* You can wrap a pallet in less than one minute
* You walk forward, so you see where you walk (safe) and you
only need one hand
* you do not need to bend, so no more back injuries or dizzy
* compared to conventional 23 micron film the film reduction
will be 70% in Weight
* the tension on the pallets is regulated by the dispenser,
not by the operator. So no matter who or when the pallet is
wrapped, the quality of wrapping is constant
* stronger film, no "neck-down" of the film (film
will not become more narrow while wrapping) makes it possible
to wrap your pallets BETTER with LESS turn around the pallets.
* more pallets wrapped with 1 roll of film
Could you inform me about the quantity of pallets you wrap by
hand in your operation?
Then we can offer you a solution, that will offer you time and
money savings. And you will reduce waist (waste surely?) also!
Wal-Mart chief pledges higher
prices for sustainable suppliers
The chief executive of the world's biggest retailer yesterday
promised to favor suppliers providing high quality and ethically
Wal-Mart will launch a major retail-industry effort to improve
social, ethical and environmental standards in the factories
of its suppliers, CEO and president Lee Scott told a meeting
of store managers.
"The drive will see the retailer favor - and in some cases even pay more -
for suppliers that meet our standards and share our commitment
to quality and sustainability".
"Paying more in the short term for quality will mean paying less in the long
term as a company. Higher quality products will mean better
value, fewer problems, fewer returns and greater trust with
our customers," Scott told the audience.
But the firm will also raise the bar for suppliers on sustainable
sourcing, putting pressure on them to provide evidence that
they are meeting ethical and quality criteria. Read - XP Engineered
Wrap News Wires
I'd like to talk a little bit about our operations also. We've
also put in quite a bit or are in the process of adding capacity
in some of our businesses. In stretch film, by the end of February,
we will be making a product called Pre-stretch, it's a specialty
film, it completes our product line. It's the only product that
we're missing in that marketplace. Transcript analysts conference call.
US Stretch Film Producer
The call for source reduction packaging has pump primed demand
for engineered films.
U.S. Stretch Film Producer
Walmart Sustainability Packaging
Expo: zero tolerance for greenwash
Preparing to exhibit for the fifth consecutive year at
Walmart's annual Sustainability Packaging Expo, packaging
suppliers have become increasingly savvy in conveying their
That's according to Robert Parvis, Sam's Club manager of
House Brands Packaging, who spoke with GreenerPackage.com,
along with Ronald Sasine, senior director of Packaging,
Private Brands for Walmart Stores, about the retailer's
upcoming event, scheduled for April 6-7 at the John Q. Hammons
Convention Center, in Bentonville, AR.
"Their message is becoming more and more focused," Parvis says. "One
of the things we are really pushing is clear communication,
especially around anything related to sustainability claims."
Sasine agrees, "The packaging suppliers are learning
the language of Walmart, and they are learning to engage
and discuss packaging with Walmart buyers and merchants
in a way that, in those early years, was much more difficult
for them." Packaging News
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