Storopack launches new PAPERplus – Track paper cushion system

Designed to be compact and fast

The new PAPERplus Track paper cushion system produces paper cushions in mere seconds directly at the packing station, delivering highly effective padding while using less material. Photo Storopack

Think out of the box. Storopack’s cushioning, wrapping, and void filling looking at 3 different products for 3 different activities. What if we say we have a 3 in 1 product. It’s compact and fast. Paperplus track, eliminate wrapping from your process to get more effective and efficient outcomes. 

The new machine by the Metzingen-based packaging specialist is designed for applications in which high throughput and secure packaging material are a must – Paperplus track. It produces paper cushions directly at the packing station in mere seconds, delivering highly effective padding while using less material.

With sturdy padding, the system is ideal for medium to large packages weighing between five and 50 kilograms – the perfect solution for shipping eCommerce, cosmetics, spare parts, electronic components, and ceramics.

Paperplus track is compact and, like all other Storopack padding systems, can also be integrated into existing distribution lines. As a result, the Paperplus track guarantees optimal packing processes and reduces process costs. The machine is now available.

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The Perfect Fit for Every Product

With paper cushions, shipping goods can be reliably blocked and braced and also protected from knocks. For even better product protection and more efficient use of material, can specifically adjust the volume of the paper cushions for every product. Users also benefit from the especially safe blade-free technology of the Paperplus track – the paper is perforated, making it extremely easy to separate each paper cushion mechanically, which minimizes offcuts individually.

Paperplus track is low-maintenance, works quietly, and enables fast and simple paper replacement. Everything about the Paperplus track is designed for speed – with an on-demand function, and the system automatically produces more paper cushions once they have been removed. Another advantage is that the machine features a touch screen and can connect to Wi-Fi. The paper cushion system can also be controlled online from an external location via smartphone or tablet.

The new Paperplus track paper cushion system produces paper cushions directly at the packing station in mere seconds, delivering highly effective padding while using less material. 

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