Ranpak’s Geami WrapPak

Eco alternative to bubble wrap

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Available in brown and white outer casing, Geami WrapPak uses recyclable materials while providing an eye-catching presentation, enhancing customer experience and satisfaction

Antalis Packaging has become an exclusive distribution partner of the newly launched Geami WrapPak, an ecofriendly and cost-effective alternative to plastic bubble wrap from Ranpak. The award-winning, one-of-a-kind paper packaging solution eliminates the need for tape, while being a sustainable alternative to bubble wrap. Its unique structure is the combination of a patented diecut kraft paper combined with a tissue inter leaf paper. The Geami WrapPak HV converter then expands the paper into a 3D honeycomb structure, creating a wrapping product that requires no additional tape, due to the angled cells locking in place.

Available in brown and white outer casing, Geami WrapPak uses recyclable materials while providing an eye-catching presentation, enhancing customer experience and satisfaction. Its space saving qualities are due to its conversion from flat, stackable pallets to 3D
honeycomb materials. It also can help to improve the efficiency of the packaging operation, enabling warehouse packers to wrap at a faster pace.

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