Airliner by Coldpack
December 9, 2008 By Bakers Journal
Dec. 9, 2008 – In response to growing environmental concerns over styrofoam waste that is piling up in landfills across North America, Coldpack has developed new thermal technology.
Dec. 9, 2008 – In
response to growing environmental concerns over styrofoam waste that is
piling up in landfills across North America, Coldpack, a
California-based insulated packaging solutions leader, has developed
and patented a new thermal technology. AirLiner is an inflatable,
insulating liner that easily converts a corrugated box into a cooler.
A smarter solution than traditional foam products, AirLiner enables shippers of expedited perishables to maintain a temperature-controlled environment, improving the presentation and extending the quality of their brands – all while reducing supply chain costs and the shippers’ eco-footprint. AirLiner uses only 50 per cent of the raw materials, water and energy necessary for production versus that needed for a thermally equivalent foam container. Additionally, unlike bulky foam alternatives, which annoy end-users and wreak havoc on the environment, the product disposes compactly after use – minimizing landfill waste.
For more information, visit www.coldpacksystem.com
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