Antalis Packaging extends Geami WrapPak range

24 May 2018 (Last Updated May 24th, 2018 12:15)

Antalis Packaging has extended its Geami WrapPak range to meet demand from retailers and e-commerce businesses, including a green alternative to bubble wrap. 

Antalis Packaging extends Geami WrapPak range
Antalis Geami WrapPak range is intended to meet demand for an eco-friendly alternative to bubble wrap. Credit: Antalis Packaging.

Antalis Packaging has extended its Geami WrapPak range to meet demand from retailers and e-commerce businesses, including a green alternative to bubble wrap.

The expanded range includes Geami WrapPak EX, Geami WraPak M and coloured tissue paper, aimed at meeting demand for eco-friendly, cost-effective and aesthetically pleasing alternative to traditional bubble wrap.

The Geami WrapPak EX has been developed to serve smaller packaging environments and occasional packing.

With the ability to be placed anywhere at the retailer’s convenience, the Geami WrapPak EX offers an in-the-box presentation, the company stated.

Suitable for lower volume packaging, the Geami WrapPak M offers increased flexibility, reduces material handling and takes up less storage space.

“The latest extensions to the range provide ideal solutions for smaller retailers where cost and space is a challenge.”

Antalis Packaging cushioning and void-fill solutions expert Scott Day said: “More and more of our customers are exploring ways to wow their customers through the unboxing experience and Geami WrapPak provides the perfect way to do this through the optimal protection, gift-like presentation, easy unwrapping and straightforward recycling offered by this innovative system.

“The latest extensions to the range provide ideal solutions for smaller retailers where cost and space is a challenge, due to Geami WrapPak’s conversion from flat, stackable pallets to 3D honeycomb materials.”

Antalis noted that the Geami WrapPak expands into a 3D honeycomb structure with all paper cells locked firmly in place, avoiding the requirement for any tape or glue.

The Geami WrapPak is prepared using a cut-out kraft paper and a white tissue paper interleaf, which is placed through a converter.

Meanwhile, alongside the original white tissue, Antalis is also offering seven new colours, including black, red, apple, sky, citron, buttercup, and pink.