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Easypack launches new multi-purpose packaging system

Easypack launches new multi-purpose packaging system

Designed and manufactured in the UK, freestyle™ is a small and highly versatile system which can be conveniently placed at any point of packing, including wall-mounted, affixed to a fully manoeuvrable floor stand, or bracketed to any bench or workstation.

Automatically dispensing 100% recycled, recyclable and biodegradable durable sheets of paper, the system allows operators to pack a multitude of goods at high speed. Dispensing up to 55m of paper per minute, operators can wrap, roll, mould, void-fill, cushion and secure goods of all shapes and sizes.

The quality tested system has a built in anti-jam system along with a safe tear-off shield for fast in-the-box packing.  Measuring just 534mm(w) x 403mm(l) x 140mm(d), the system can be placed horizontally or vertically at point of use and the easy loading system allows operators to replenish rolls quickly and safely.

Operations Director Jason Cox says: “freestyle has been designed with packers in mind, offering ease of use, convenience and maximum packing flexibility. Whilst all of our systems offer fast, robust void-fill, this new system is ideal for operations that pack a variety of goods in different locations.  Strong, sheet paper gives operators a choice of packing methods whilst at the same time being small enough to move between workstations."

Easypack says it has led the way with its range of patented packaging solutions since 1992, and is committed to protecting the environment.  Today the company works with some of Europe’s largest brands as well as SMEs and start-up businesses, enabling organisations to pack their goods with 100% environmentally friendly packaging.

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