Golden Valley Pallet Wrap Specialists (GVPS), the Gloucester-based specialist supplier of hand and machine pallet wrap, has launched Fusion 33 – a new machine applied pallet wrap that, the company says, will save users up to 80 per cent of their pallet wrap costs.
"Fusion 33 represents a micro technology advancement that will deliver substantial stretch efficiencies in excess of any other substrate on the market which means less wrapping is needed to achieve optimum palletised load stability," explains Martyn Sumner, managing director of GVPS.
Golden Valley say that not only will Fusion 33 reduce costs per pallet wrapped, the material's inherent strength means it offers exceptional pallet retention capability.
"There are plenty of films available on the market that allow pallets to be wrapped cheaply but many of them will not protect a load which is subjected to more than 10 kilos of force," says Martyn Sumner.
Fusion 33 is the latest addition to GVPS's extensive range of modern pallet wrap products.
Aside from the obvious cost and load stability benefits the new wrap brings, Fusion 33 also means users experience less pallet-wrap machinery downtime: the greater yield per roll means the frequency with which a roll of machine-applied wrap has to be changed is greatly reduced.
GVPS is offering to undertake a personalised 'packaging health check' service to help businesses compare their existing film's performance against Fusion 33 and demonstrating the guaranteed actual costs savings users will make by adopting Fusion 33 into their supply chain process.