Exobiotanica is, from what I can tell, a project that sends various plants to 30,000 meters, or nearly 100,000, feet from the earth’s surface. Though I think the theory behind this project might be a bit avant-garde for my tastes, the end result of a photograph like this is nothing short of miraculous. An outer space setting, seemingly on the edge of our atmosphere, is cold and harsh. Not where I would expect to see any live entity thriving. But seeing this bonsai tree in a floating terrarium, which could just as easily be in my apartment, makes one dream of the possibilities…..
To relate this space-bonsai to my business, Intercept Technology Packaging, it seems we make the impossible possible every day. We help protect priceless works of art, safely deliver manufactured parts, and even preserve the integrity of other items that will go into outer space. Intercept Packaging products are in use on all seven continents, working in many industries (auto, mining and gas, medical equipment, energy, electronics, aerospace, military, and many more), under a huge range of often harsh conditions. We hear these stories repeatedly: our clients come to us explaining that they have exhausted other packaging possibilities, which leave their products degraded and unusable, only for us to present a new, inventive, method of packaging with Intercept materials to safely and easily solve their problems.
We pride ourselves on our technology and ability to apply it creatively by looking at the world differently, and we believe we can help you do the same.
Guest post from the desk of dreamer Albert Greenhut, Director of Operations, Engineered Materials Inc., Buffalo Grove, IL.
Intercept Technology Packaging products fit within a sustainability strategy because they are reusable, recyclable, do not contain or use volatile components (No VOCs, Not a VCI) and leave a smaller carbon footprint than most traditional protective packaging products.