In contrast to traditional wrapping paper, Polsterpack is structured by wet embossing, which gives it a higher shock-absorbing effect. It is available in space-saving rolls of various weights, but can also be cut to size on request. This makes it suitable for a wide variety of applications.
The cushioning paper is functional because, in addition to its shock-absorbing effect, it has anti-slip and absorbent properties. It is used, for example, as an interlayer in the porcelain, ceramic and glass industry, as an anti-slip interlayer in the metal industry or in shipping, or as an absorbent dirt-repellent protective sheeting for renovation work.
The dunnage paper is made from 100% recycled paper, making it economical and sustainable. It is also compostable.
This saves resources.
Our wrapping paper with wet embossing is also ideal as a liner or interleaving for parcels. Also, it can be used as stuffing paper or cushioning paper to fill the carton. It is therefore an ecological alternative to bubble wrap or polystyrene chips.
Wrapping paper enriches the sales offer of DIY stores in many areas. For example, it can be offered with moving boxes as packing and cushioning paper (50 cm roll), or in the paint department as floor protection (in rolls up to 2 m).
In addition, the DIY store can use our cushioning paper, which we call Polsterpack, itself in its daily activities, e.g. store or when shipping products to customers. After use, the wrapping paper can be discarded and recycled. Compared to painter's tarps, this approach is environmentally friendly.
Polsterpack also finds versatile use in mail order. It can be used as crumpling paper, providing an eco-friendly alternative to polystyrene chips or plastic bubble wrap.
Since mail order uses large amounts of packaging materials, the use of wrapping paper can make a significant contribution to environmental protection.
Besides its use as a crumpling paper to fill voids in packages, wrapping paper can also be used in a more traditional way to discreetly wrap already-wrapped goods.
In this way, we can dispense with overpack boxes. The packaging of the goods is less bulky and their shipping is more economical.