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MP Global Products announces new name for its thermal products division

ThermoPod Packaging Products to become MP Global Thermal Packaging Products.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
February 04, 2014

MP Global Products, a manufacturer of environmentally preferable products, has announced a new name for its thermal products division.

The division previously known as ThermoPod Packaging Products is now known as MP Global Thermal Packaging Products. The change is in name only. The foam-free packaging – super insulated mailers and corrugated-box liners made from select recycled and enhanced cotton fibers – features the same specifications, testing, and certifications and delivers the same performance. The products are engineered to protect shipments of all manner of temperature-sensitive payloads, ranging from fine foods and wine to medical, veterinary, pharma, and cosmetics.

The enhanced cotton materials are completely aerobic and anaerobically biodegradable in less than one year when in the presence of active microorganisms as verified by ASTM D-6400 biodistintegration testing and in accordance with the 2013 FTC Green Guidelines.

Going forward, MP Global Thermal Packaging Products is the cornerstone of branding efforts for all division products. The name change will affect product labeling, marketing, and advertising, online and in print, and will be reflected in a new web address, http://www.ThermoMailer.com .

“The new name heralds an exciting future for the division,” says Roger Borgman, national sales manager. “We will continue to provide superior quality and customer service with our full line of products.”

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