Strapping is ideal for combining loose goods that are not packed in a box into a product bundle: from newspapers and magazines to rugged items like wooden planks, metal poles and plastic or aluminum tubes, to cables, sleeves, tiles or stone blocks. Even for large parts that are simply too bulky for cardboard, strapping offers a material-saving, secure alternative to secondary packaging.
Keep tracking of things
If you bundle according to quantities, you quickly get an overview of the total number of your articles because larger units are more easily manageable. Even if you also wrap the individual bundles in a box for transport or storage, you have a clear additional benefit: whole bundles are always quicker to move or process than small single items. Taking a look at the production line reveals further advantages. If you combine individual items into larger units – which ideally have the same dimensions and shapes – they can be more easily stacked and conveyed.