Packaging Product: Inflatable truck dunnage bags secure loads in transit

For bracing trailer loads to avoid damage from shifting, Air-Lock truck dunnage bags offer a sustainable, security-sensitive solution.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
October 19, 2010 - MMH Editorial

For bracing trailer loads to avoid damage from shifting, Air-Lock truck dunnage bags offer a sustainable, security-sensitive solution. Constructed of a see-through material for enhanced visibility, the dunnage provides a low cost alternative to kraft paper or vinyl (PVC) bags. Features include a highly conforming structure and cling effect when used with stretch films to reduce product migration. They inflate with a valve and seal closed quickly. Inflatable Packaging, 203-426-2900, www.airpackaging.com.



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