Wednesday, January 30, 2013

NEW PRODUCT ALERT - Protective Paper Cushioning Wrap Rolls - Colorful!

We LOVE this new product, our Die Cut, Protective paper Cushoning Wrap. It's colorful, and you know we love color! It's "GREEN", and did I say how good it looks? We are happy to send you a sample, just shoot us an email.
A ready to use roll of paper packaging wrap that is used to protect your items.

Pre-expanded, ready-to-use rolls of interleaf tissue glued to the inside of the die cut kraft paper.
These Die Cut Cushioning Rolls were designed as a cost-effective packaging solution for our customers, while also being quick and easy-to-use.
Die Cut Cushioning Rolls Rolls do not require expanders or power, but you can purchase a roll dispenser and custom suction cups for increased ease of use!
They are available in various color combinations allowing you to match your packaging colors with your brand image or promotional events! This is a "GREEN" product. It is made of Kraft PAPER, and Tissue PAPER. After use, just toss it in the recycling bin.
Die Cut Cushioning Rolls Benefits include:

*Competitive price
*Ease of use and portability
*Arrives pre-expanded for quick and easy applications
*Box sizes are often reduced
*Cost reduction from improved productivity through faster wrapping
*Reduce or eliminate the need for other packaging material
*Clean, attractive, in the box presentation

*Roll Width: 14 inches
(The outer layer, our die-cut (kraft paper), is 14 inches wide. The inner layer, our interleaf tissue, is 12 inches wide.)
*Roll Length: 150 feet
*100% recyclable and biodegradable
*Quick and easy to pack and unwrap
*Clean presentation and no mess

These Die Cut Cushioning Rolls are affordable, eco-friendly, recyclable and sustainable protective paper packaging wrap.

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