Foam is incredibly versatile when it comes to protecting your shipments. It can be used as the main packaging material that keep your products from moving or shifting during delivery. Shipping foam can be wrapped or folded around items to protect them from cosmetic damage like scratching and denting. It can even be simply wadded up and stuffed into the empty spaces of your boxes as void fill.
Available in perforated and non-perforated shipping rolls, soft sheets and open pouches of varying sizes, shipping foam can protect products that have unique shapes or specific needs. It has anti-static properties that make it ideal for protecting electronics or components that are sensitive to static charge. And our easy-to-carry packing foam dispenser boxes house rolls that are perforated for easy tearing.
When you need lightweight, flexible and non-abrasive cushioning for your products, packing foam from The Packaging Company is tough to beat.
There’s some serious versatility in using packing foam for protecting your products and shipments. Made from polyethylene foam, it’s lightweight and non-abrasive, cost-effective and clean, shock-absorbing and waterproof. It’s a great choice for protecting delicate items during shipping and storage, and separating your products without the absolute need for extra materials like corrugated dividers. As it’s used so often for cushioning, surface protection and void fill, bulk-sized bundles called packing foam rolls are the most common (and convenient) way to purchase foam for your packaging needs.
One major decision to make when purchasing foam packing rolls is whether you want it to be perforated or non-perforated. Perforated foam is easy to tear off the roll and ideal for packing smaller or more standardized items. This will speed up packing times and keep things moving smoothly. Non-perforated rolls are best for packing large items or objects that vary in size. They’re also best for high-volume operations that churn through their packaging supplies. If you’re packing consumer electronics or components that are vulnerable to static charge, anti-static foam would be a great choice for your needs. And if your use of foam isn’t constant, or your packing teams move around, packing foam dispensers will be right up your alley.
Housed in a convenient, easy-to-carry corrugated box, packing foam dispensers are designed to provide you with mobility and speed. They house a long roll of foam perforated every 12” for easy tearing, keeping the rest of the material safe from dirt, dust and moisture. You’re able to choose from regular or anti-static foam, so you’re never limited by what you can pack. And you never have to use more than you need, minimizing waste and saving your money in the long term. Foam really is a versatile, highly useful packing material. Wrap up your products and cover your packing foam needs right here at The Packaging Company.
Right Mailers™ can help you choose the right mailer for your delivery needs.
When packaging is Right Mailers certified, it means it can fit in a specific delivery receptacle. This increases its chances of being delivered the first time so your customers don’t have to make a trip to the nearby post office (or deal with porch pirates!).
Right Mailers certified packaging will always show you which delivery receptacles they can fit in. Simply look for the highlighted icons on both product grids and product pages.
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