In a recent conversation, a prospect looking at our web site saw the picture of the efficiently barrier-wrapped helicopters for storage and commented that “this barrier packaging may be too much” for them. In sales and marketing, that is one of the problems with showing the most impressive applications! Folks may think that they are priced out of usage, but in most instances, that is not the case.Read More
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The strength of Liberty Industrial Shrink Film is not only measured in tensile strength but also in film elasticity which is unequaled in the market today. A special blend of resins gives LISF the ability to resist punctures and tearing or become brittle in the cold weather, insuring your product is completely sealed from harsh weather.
Posted by Elaine Spitz on Aug 23, 2013 4:58:00 PM
There was a sharp explosive popping sound, then all the food and dishes caved through the outdoor table crashing onto the deck proceeded by the shattered glass. After a loud collective gasp, it took a moment for everyone to digest what had just happened. We all checked each other to verify that no one was hurt, and then preceded to the messy cleanup.
To continue my series of household applications using Intercept to protect my personal belongings from rust/corrosion, mold and mildew, I present to you my backyard “Tent of Meeting”. Liberty Packaging sells Intercept packaging to numerous companies in the United States for the protection of their industrial goods. Intercept has allowed many manufacturers to ship and store products safely anywhere in the world. Due to my experimentation and success with home use of Intercept for unusual applications, I daresay I’ll soon be Intercept’s best proponent.
As we approach the warmer, moister summer months, when corrosion is more prevalent, let’s address this simple question: “what is corrosion?” I spent an evening browsing the web for corrosion definitions, some were specific, some in the middle with regard to complexity, and some broader and more profound. Here are two of my favorites:
Posted by Elaine Spitz on May 16, 2012 10:25:00 AM
Efficiency is important. Having to do a job two or three times in order to make it right is a waste; it's also not very much fun either (you are currently reading my third draft). There are times where such redundancy is necessary. An example we at the ITG use to display this is the case of the armor-plated Humvee cabs.
Posted by Elaine Spitz on Jun 14, 2011 4:12:00 AM
Manufacturers looking to contain costs often consider outdoor storage for unused items: large machinery and vehicles are often stored outdoors so precious warehouse space can be reserved for other items. With the right packaging, outdoor storage is the perfect cost-saving solution for many companies.