Friday, August 19, 2022

Kite Packaging launch customisable cardboard tubing for ultimate versatility when packing

Long, thin or awkwardly shaped objects call for easily adjustable packaging. Accordingly, Kite Packaging has launched cardboard tubing that is available on a roll, enabling it to be cut to custom lengths.

Comprised of recycled content and recyclable after use, this tubing expresses great sustainability through these qualities and the fact that only the necessary amount of material is used. It is an eco-friendly alternative to plastic tubing, demonstrating admirable green credentials to your customers and helping to protect our planet.

It lays flat on the roll, granting great space conservation in a warehouse and is near instantaneously assembled by merely folding along the scored corners. The corrugated cardboard will then hold its shape to offer strong-wearing protection to each side of the object inside.

The angles of the corners can be altered to best suit the contents and provide the most secure fit to guard against damage during transit. The tube can be sealed with staples for a simplistic approach, or each crease can be cut into and folded inwards before being sealed with paper or plastic tape or hot glue. The latter method keeps a strong cuboid shape suitable for wider products.

Available in three different sizes, this corrugated tubing can be tailored toward a wide variety of products including anything from table legs and other furniture parts to pipes, tools, sections or skateboards.

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