Have you ever wondered how much a roll of shrink wrap film costs? When pricing shrink wrap film, there are many dynamics which affect the cost of the film. The price of a roll of shrink wrap film is calculated based upon the width, length, gauge, and type of shrink wrap film you want to employ. Generally speaking, a (centerfold) roll of clear shrink wrap film costs (on average) between $100-$150. You can review this example to better understand how to calculate the cost of shrink wrap: 12” CF x 45 ga. X $8.50 PIW = $102.00. CF = Centerfold. GA = Gauge. PIW = Per inch of width. The thicker the gauge, the higher the price per roll. Also, while this equation does not include these items, it is important to know the following terms: SW = Single wound. DL = Double length rolls. While it may seem slightly complicated, pricing shrink film to fit your exact needs is a case sensitive endeavor. The price you pay for a roll of film changes based on the dynamics mentioned above. In this article, we will discuss the various elements of pricing shrink wrap film and help you to choose the right option for your products.
When you are searching for a material to package your products in, there are countless options available. Today, both flexible packaging supplies like stand up pouches and traditional materials like glass are very popular. When choosing between flexible packaging (plastic) and glass, there are various pros and cons to each. Here at Industrial Packaging, we have been selling flexible packaging supplies for over 60 years. We know exactly which applications are right for flexible packaging supplies and are honest about those which are not. When it comes down to it, there are certain applications that are best for plastics and those which are better suited for glass. We will be comparing variations of each material, looking at the pros and cons. This article should provide insight into which option is the right choice for your packaging needs.
Here at Industrial Packaging, we have been selling shrink film for over 60 years. When it comes to answering the question "How much does a roll of printed shrink film cost?" We can honestly say... It depends! The total purchase price of a roll of printed shrink film can be affected by the length, gauge, size, colors of ink used and brand of film chosen. In the article below, we will take a look at the various elements that play into the total cost of a roll of printed shrink film and guide you to choosing the right film for your packaging machinery.
For many companies, the shrink tunnel is a staple of their packaging line. From unitizing multi-packs and reducing one's carbon footprint, shrink tunnels and shrink film are an excellent choice for packaging many items. But how much does a shrink tunnel actually cost? Is there a way to find this information without digging through websites or bringing a sales professional into a meeting? In the article below, we will provide pricing for two shrink tunnels and the associated options in order to help you simplify the process of getting pricing for this type of equipment.
Stretch wrappers (AKA pallet wrappers) are extremely common packaging machines found throughout millions of companies. They are used to properly package pallets of products for shipping around the globe. Through the proper load containment and the utilization of the correct type of stretch wrap, a good stretch wrapper can maximize the speed of your packaging line, save you money, improve the safety of your packaging and streamline the process of speed to market for your products. But how much does a stretch wrapper cost? In the article below, we will look at two different models made for different applications and answer this question in easily digestible terms.
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