none
none

PRO-PAC SEALS NEW PARTNERSHIP DEAL

22-02-2016
by 
in 

Pro-Pac Packaging has formed a new distributor partnership with the Global Sealed Air Group across Australia.

This is the first time the two industry heavyweights have joined forces to form a strategic partnership.

Sealed Air’s focus on quality service and continued innovation combined with Pro-Pac’s silos of products and industries means big things are expected in the year ahead from both parties.

All Pro-Pac Packaging’s sales, customer service and purchasing staff are being trained Australia wide in the latest and best product offerings from Sealed Air.

Pro- Pac started business manufacturing environmentally friendly Voidfill products which is now supplied from its facilities in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide.

Product protection is a core part of Pro-Pac’s business and the new partnership will aim to expand on this area capitalising on Sealed Air’s latest innovative developments and products.

“We are very excited to join with Pro-Pac, a leading corporate player in the Australian packaging market, and expand on our end-user client base through their channels,” said Ken Chrisman, Global President of Sealed Air Product Care, said during a recent Australian trip.

Pro-Pac’s new range includes the New Air I.B.® Express Bubblewrap on demand machines with inflatable 10mm Bubblewrap, FasFil EZ® Auto Voidfill Paper Machines, the latest model of Fill Air Rocket® with increased speed and the Instapak® range.

These products and their consumables are now available through any Pro-Pac branch.

 

Pro-Pac Packaging

Ph: 1300 776 722

www.pro-pack.com.au

Related news & editorials

  1. 20.02.2018
    20.02.2018
    by      In
    An in-depth analysis of the battery industry in Australia has shown that lithium totals a $2 trillion investment opportunity, and despite investment in other kinds of battery technology, Australia must act or be left behind in lithium tech. 
    The Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC... Read More
  2. 20.02.2018
    20.02.2018
    by      In
    Lockheed Martin Australia has opened a new $12 million Lockheed Martin Australia House on the edge of Canberra’s Parliamentary Triangle. 
    The new office was opened by Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne, who said the company has cemented its ongoing commitment to Australia's defence industry... Read More
  3. 20.02.2018
    20.02.2018
    by      In
    Expressions of interest have now opened for trade works on the Osborne Naval Shipbuilding Precinct infrastructure project, promising up to 600 new construction jobs, and ongoing maintenance procedures. 
    Under the project, new facilities will be required to support the continuous build programs for... Read More
  4. 20.02.2018
    20.02.2018
    by      In
    With 'temporary' demountable structures making up more than one-in-ten classrooms in NSW, it is clear the education system is struggling to keep up with expansion. 
    Facing a future with more than five thousand demountables, many of which remain in place for upwards of ten years, the Centre for... Read More