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Autobaggers: Out with plastic, in with paper
At least for e-commerce delivery mailers and bags, that is. Both Amazon and Walmart are making the transition as paper-based autobagger suppliers bring on new machines. It won’t all happen tomorrow, but the trend line is set.

Protective packaging roundup
Here are four great new ideas for getting the most out of protective packaging. Be sure to read all the way through—Walmart doesn’t often lend its name to someone else’s product.

Sealed Air announces new corporate brand, SEE
Brand reflects SEE's evolution from product-driven company to a market-focused company powered by automation, digital and sustainable packaging solutions

Sustainable packaging comes on strong
Packaging equipment and systems continue to address sustainability, from the growing popularity of systems that right-size corrugated cartons on demand to autobaggers that use kraft paper stock rather than poly. Companies are also looking to ensure high, sustained throughput and improve the unpacking experience.

Packaging automation as a bottleneck buster
By deploying automated packaging solutions, operations can significantly reduce the labor needed compared to manual pack out. It’s about ensuring high and reliable throughput and reducing the worries of scaling up labor to handle peak seasons, while minimizing dim weight charges with package right-sizing.

Sealed Air exhibits automatic filling and sealing machine
Sealed Air (Booth 8428) is displaying the Autobag 650 Horizontal Wide Bagging System, an automatic filling and sealing machine that can run up to 16-inch wide bags.

The automated approach to right-sizing shipments
Traditionally, shipping boxes and cartons was an oversized process built with manual labor. Those days are disappearing with a second generation of automated machines that builds boxes and pouches that are closer to right-sized and saves on materials and shipping costs.

Sealed Air to acquire Automated Packaging Systems
APS provides full flexible packaging systems, including industry leading equipment, sustainable materials and technical services.

Semi-automated sealer for bubble mailers at Sealed Air
Offered through a rental program to help small-parcel shippers quickly scale up or down to accommodate peak seasons, Sealed Air’s (Booth S1941) Jeff Potts, global executive director of marketing, e-commerce and fulfillment, showed off the new Jiffylite Auto sealer in a meeting Monday.

Sealed Air pledges packaging products will be 100% recyclable or reusable by 2025
A focus on product design, recovery processes, renewable and recycled materials to drive innovations that enhance performance and efficiency.

Sealed Air acquires AFP
Sealed Air Corporation has further expanded its solutions portfolio and design capabilities with the acquisition of AFP, Inc., a leading, privately held fabricator of foam, corrugated, molded pulp and wood packaging solutions.

Opaque protective wrap reduces e-fulfillment costs
Durable plastic wrap conforms to and conceals shipment contents and minimizes freight costs.

Small parcel solutions that eschew “one size fits all”
With the increase in e-commerce, companies are adding solutions that create right-sized packaging to their portfolio. Dimensional packaging challenges

Former Sealed Air CEO joins Grant Thornton as manufacturing advisor
Harvard Business School graduate served as chairman and CEO of Sealed Air for nearly 15 years.

Global Packaging Design Emphasizes Convenience, Ergonomics and Customization
DuPont Packaging Award judges discuss global trends in six-part video series.

September 2023 Modern Materials Handling

Providers of automated packaging and carton right-sizing solutions have thrived by offering systems that deliver on labor and parcel shipment savings— now they’re looking to further evolve by looking to use lighter materials and support flexible “box-first” workflows.

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