Please let us share some information about shipping to polluted climates, in which air quality is worsening around the globe. I will explain this issue from a very humanistic approach and that is with statistics around global human death. In a 2014 report, the World Health Organization, which monitors this information, estimates that worldwide air pollution exposure is now the leading cause for death, over seven million people, one in eight total global deaths. “Air pollution is now the world’s largest single environmental health risk” the report reads.Read More
Liberty Intercept Blog
Sulfur Dioxide Is the Major Problem with Atmospheric Pollution According To Study
“moderate volcanic eruptions are the main drivers of stratospheric aerosol variability from 2000 to 2010….” . - University of Colorado study, from an IEEE Magazine article
Posted by Joe Spitz on Apr 5, 2013 1:06:00 PM
American manufacturing companies would naturally seek opportunities to sell their hard- earned products into newly industrialized countries like China, India, Brazil, and others, to take advantage of the tremendous trade growth there. These markets are attractive and whether American companies export to them or establish factories to manufacture there, atmospheric pollution is very much a problem and should be considered.
Posted by Elaine Spitz on Aug 9, 2012 10:10:00 AM
New Product Release
Introducing Intercept Industrial Slide Zipper Pouch for Corrosion Protection
Convenience in barrier packaging is uncomplicated with the new Intercept Industrial Slide Zipper Pouches. Designed to handle the harsh salt-air conditions for parts storage on oil derricks, this heavy duty barrier Intercept protection can protect materials such as all metals, electronics, fabrics, rubbers, and even other plastics, from degradation due to the corrosive air.
Because Liberty Packaging is in the industrial packaging business, when information comes out regarding exporting, we pay attention. The big picture in this fragile economy requires U.S. manufacturers to export more and Liberty Packaging wants to do our part to help. For our economy to grow and come out of this unemployment slump, we can’t depend upon our government or U.S. consumers to drive sales; there is not enough demand here for the type of high value manufactured goods that our country produces. As most every informed citizen knows, a great quantity of the manufacturing of low end consumer goods has left our shores to be produced in economies with less expensive labor.