Strapping is commonly used in securing, bundling, and unitising items in many warehouses. Make your decision easier and find out the advantages and disadvantages of these commonly used strapping materials.
Polyester, the Safer Alternative to Steel Strapping
In the past, steel strapping has been one of the most common form of load containment. However, it has become apparently obvious that there are significant safety risk factors associated with steel as a strapping material.
The strapping machine is one of our most important pieces of equipment. It has saved us a considerable amount of time and makes our hampers look more professionally packed.
Maria Taverner, Owner and Founder of iGift.
The iGift team use strapping around their gift hampers to eliminate tampering, contamination and make carrying easier for couriers. When the company first opened, they were using Signet's Yellow Polypropylene Strapping to hand strap their hampers. However, as their order volume increased... Read More
Gympie 4WD Spares uses a combined packaging solution from Signet to keep their reconditioned gearboxes upright and secure in transit. Over the past 70 years, Aussie family business Gympie 4WD Spares has evolved Read More