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The value of stretch film

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The value of stretch film;Stretch wrapping, whether manual or machine film, plays a vital role in the transport process. It is one of the most effective ways to secure products to pallets and provides the best defence against product damage. However, as with all types of packaging, there is no ‘one size fits all’ solution and not all stretch wrapping solutions are created equal. Stretch film quality (single-sided versus double-sided bonded), gauge thickness (42G versus 100G) and width (20″ versus 30″) all determine how well your pallet will hold, the cost of transporting your product and, for example, your overall return on investment (ROI).

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  1. From R&D to general overheads, manufacturing products is expensive and highly competitive. You do everything you can to improve your product, develop a marketing strategy, target potential customers and care for your customers and clients. With such a high investment, there is no doubt that your product pallets are valuable and that any damage that occurs during shipping can result in hundreds or thousands of dollars in lost revenue.
  2. To prevent this from happening, it’s important to consider the value of your investment in your product – and why investing in quality film is equally important.
  3. When it comes to stretch film, the saying “you get what you pay for” couldn’t be more true. In most cases, the less you invest in cheap film, the lower the quality you get. By purchasing a high performance film, you are buying the assurance that the stretch film will perform beyond expectations. Don’t miss out on the peace of mind that the right stretch film will provide – make the right investment and wrap your pallets better. So make sure you measure the value of stretch film correctly

To measure the value of stretch film correctly

It’s all under control
In addition to quality, there is another key factor that will determine whether your stretch film will perform well and save you money: the gauge.
The thickness or gauge of a film is a key indicator of its sealing potential. Gauges measured in millimetres (MIL) affect load control and can predict the likelihood of film breakage. Most commonly, the thinner the gauge, the less weight it can hold – but this is not necessarily a bad thing. In some cases, trays carry lighter weights and using film with too high a gauge is wasteful, expensive and unnecessary. However, if you use a film gauge that is too small, your pallets may not be able to hold or may need to be packed too many times. In both cases, choosing the incorrect film gauge can have a detrimental effect on your operation and result in a high cost per load. So it’s important not to lose too much for too little by measuring the value of stretch film correctly!

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