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FoldedPak, Inc.
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Green Tech That's Solving Two Big Problems In Packaging

About the Event

Would you ship a brick, a lightbulb and a coffee cup in the same package? With ExpandOS from FoldedPak, you can. While damage is one of the largest controllable costs in shipping, the other is labor.

ExpandOS is a highly engineered, SFI Certified, recyclable, paper-based packaging option that offers superior protection to kraft paper, airbags, bubble wrap, and peanuts while being extremely cost competitive. The magic is in the patented design that blocks, braces, and cushions the items in the package. In addition, FoldedPak has developed a fully automated top fill system that integrates into existing packaging lines and eliminates the need for hard to find and expensive labor. 

Join our webinar to hear FoldedPak CEO, Jeff Boothman discuss the opportunity the company has to earn a significant share of the $1.5 billion packaging materials market.



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