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by Jim Landers, CEO
For a couple of decades LaminatedFILMS and a handful of suppliers have tried to convince customers to research and try the most sophisticated corrosion control packaging materials available today. We realize that material change is a big deal—as it should be. A change of this magnitude must have its benefits.
Price always seems to be one of those benefits. We at LaminatedFILMS understand the value of saving money—but not at the expense of performance.
Although it is hard to find another product that can protect against static damage, corrosion and contamination as Intercept® can, we feel that we are competitive. Why use a static shield bag that does not protect against corrosion? Static Intercept® can. Why use a foil bag that protects against corrosion unless it is torn or punctured? Static Intercept® and Corrosion Intercept® protect your product even if the package is compromised.
Our customers switched over because these materials solved a problem. Now, we invite anyone using foil for corrosion protection or ESD protection to have another look at these products. Why? The answer is the environment. Static Intercept® and Corrosion Intercept® will reduce your carbon footprint by up to 50%.
Now that should be a good reason to take another look at your packaging possibilities.