AirPack Inflatable Protective Packaging
Traditional protective packaging materials used to protect fragile items during transit include polystyrene, pulp cardboard, bubble wrap, polyethylene and even newspaper. Until relatively recently these forms of packaging were the only viable, cost effective solutions when sending out goods prone to damage during transit including glass bottles, toner cartridges and electronic items.
Unfortunately these materials all have significant drawbacks, especially as we move to a more environmentally conscious world with increased transportation and storage costs.
Thankfully the introduction of 100% recyclable inflatable packaging from AirPack not only overcomes the problems associated with these traditional packaging materials, but at the same time offers real and significant benefits that will not only reduce your breakages and returns but could also reduce your storage and shipping costs.
The comparison chart below outlines some of the main differences between AirPack, Pulp Mould, Polystyrene and Polyethylene. Watch our product videos to see how easy AirPacks are to inflate and use, and visit our How It Works page for more information and reasons to switch to using AirPack inflatable packaging.