Glass Wrap

Glass is a versatile material used in everything from buildings to furniture, and it needs careful handling when transported. Our solutions, like Glass Wrap, are designed to protect glass effectively during transport, offering a practical approach to handling and safety.

Key Features of Our Glass Transport Solutions:

  • Protection: The Glass Wrap system protects flat glass against potential damage, focusing on edge and corner safety.
  • Easier Logistics: This system simplifies the transportation and storage of glass, making logistics more straightforward.
  • Improved Safety: The design includes shock-resistant foam and strengthening profiles, which help to prevent damage from impacts.
  • Environmentally Friendly: Using materials like EPP (for multiple uses) and EPS (for single use), our packaging is 100% recyclable. It blends efficiency with environmental responsibility.

The Glass Wrap Packaging System

Glass Wrap corner protection solution simplifies logistics. This packaging reduces expenses incurred during transport and handling. This modular packaging approach helps in reducing costs associated with handling and transport. Made from EPP for repeated use and EPS for a single use, it strikes a balance between cost-effectiveness and environmental responsibility, being fully recyclable. The design of this system is focused on providing strong protection, especially to the vulnerable edges and corners of glass items. Its consistent performance is a central aspect, ensuring reliable protection every time.

How The System Functions

  1. Consult a Logimarkt specialist to get advice on the right components for your needs.
  2. Set up the packaging’s bottom, top, and vertical profiles.
  3. Lay the bottom profile, ensuring the corner section is open, then insert vertical profiles.
  4. Introduce the glass sheet into the packaging, ensuring alignment with the inner profile.
  5. Secure the top profile and fasten it with a tension strap.
  6. If desired, attach a cover. 

Components for Glass Packaging:

Glass Wrap shock absorption packaging is compatible with varying glass sizes, shapes, and quantities. It includes:

  • Various profiles;
  • Transport tools;
  • Durable surface covers for branding;
  • Strapping belts and material containers.

Optimal securing of glass with feet supports, pallet access supports, sealing tape, component boxes

Logistical Benefits of Glass Wrap

Transporting glass can be costly and challenging, but Glass Wrap helps to alleviate these issues. It effectively reduces the risk of damage, leading to lower expenses. The key advantages are:

  • Flexible use with different types of transport carriers.
  • More efficient use of loading space.
  • Savings on costs associated with return transport and maintenance of racks.
  • Less damage and breakage of glass items.
  • Smoother and faster loading processes.
  • Easier handling for a wide range of staff.

Customized high resistance foam

Improved Efficiency in Flat Glass Handling

Using Glass Wrap for flat glass packaging streamlines the process significantly. The need for specialized tools and extensive training is greatly reduced. This leads to fewer damages and simplifies logistical operations.

Warehousing Advantages with Glass Wrap

In warehousing, Glass Wrap’s ability to resist static pressure allows effective stacking, optimizing space usage. The material is robust against moisture, ensuring its durability even in damp conditions. It’s also capable of withstanding various temperatures, making it suitable for different climates. Its resistance to chemicals ensures that it maintains its integrity in a variety of settings. Additionally, the material is not affected by oils. For enhanced safety, a fire-resistant option of Glass Wrap is available, catering to those with specific safety requirements.

Single or multi use

In response to global emphasis on packaging sustainability and disposal standards, Glass Wrap introduces two distinct systems designed for varied requirements:

The EPP-based system is crafted for multiple uses, aligning with sustainability goals for repeated applications.

Alternatively, the EPS-based system is specifically developed for single-use scenarios, offering a practical solution for one-time applications. Both systems are engineered to provide optimal protection and efficiency, catering to different packaging needs while adhering to environmental and disposal norms.


Material Benefits of EPP and EPS

EPP (Expanded Polypropylene) and EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) are known for their excellent shock absorption, ensuring safe transit for products. They are durable, resisting various environmental challenges, and both are recyclable, supporting eco-friendly practices. EPP is best for repeated use in high-impact situations, while EPS is more suitable for single-use applications.

Environmental Commitment of Glass Wrap

Glass Wrap shows a strong commitment to environmental protection. The packaging is free from harmful chemicals and both EPP and EPS are 100% recyclable, aiding in the reduction of CO2 emissions.

Testing and Quality Assurance

Glass Wrap undergoes extensive testing, including drop tests, vibration resistance, and climate adaptability, to ensure top-quality damage prevention. Quality is a priority, with strict protocols in place for all global suppliers to ensure consistent customer satisfaction.

Characteristics of EPP & EPS

  • Lightweight: Both materials are light, reducing shipping costs.
  • Shock Absorption: Ideal for protecting fragile items.
  • Thermal Insulation: Keeps temperature-sensitive items stable during transport.
  • Resistance: Offers protection against water and chemicals.
  • Eco-Friendly: Both materials are 100% recyclable.
  • Strength to Weight Ratio: Capable of withstanding significant force while being lightweight.
  • Customizable: Can be molded into various shapes and sizes.

Functional Differences:

  • EPP: High impact resistance and retains shape after impacts. Suitable for repeated use.
  • EPS: Offers strong protection but may change shape after significant impacts, making it ideal for one-time use.

Suitable for a Range of Products:

  • Electronics such as computer screens.
  • Glassware, including crystal and dinnerware.
  • Sensitive medical equipment.
  • Delicate automotive parts and mirrors.
  • Fragile furniture pieces.
  • Art and antiques, providing protection during transit.

Lightweight protective foam for glass with heat-insulating properties

Key Industries Enhanced by EPP & EPS Packaging Solutions:

  • Electronics: Manufacturers and retailers in this sector can use these materials for safely shipping products.
  • Healthcare: Ideal for the secure transport of medical equipment.
  • Automotive: Useful for the distribution and return of delicate automotive parts.
  • E-commerce: Enhances the safety of fragile items sold and shipped online.
  • Construction: Suitable for protecting sensitive components such as glass panes or luxury fittings.
  • Art Galleries & Museums: A reliable choice for the safe transportation of artwork and antiques.
  • Logistics and Freight: These materials are advantageous for companies that ship delicate or high-value items.

Incorporating EPP and EPS into packaging strategies offers significant advantages across various industries. These materials provide robust protection, ensuring that items reach their destinations without damage and in impeccable condition.

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