Lantech Releases New eBook: 5 Ways Stretch Wrappers Can Change Loading Docks

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Machine Stretch Wrapping: Driving Economical, Efficient and Ergonomic Loading Dock Operations

A stretch wrapper may seem like a luxury purchase, and some may see it as a 'want' rather than a 'need.' But a machine can potentially pay for itself in several ways.

Stretch wrapper manufacturer Lantech LLC has released a new eBook, Machine Stretch Wrapping: Driving Economical, Efficient and Ergonomic Loading Dock Operations.

Hand wrapping or using an antiquated stretch wrapper can be expensive, inefficient and often dangerous. It’s also impossible to produce the same results as a modern stretch wrapper. Machines have the ability to perform the same task again and again, and still get consistent results. Properly wrapped loads are likely to ship – damage-free – to their destinations.

This eBook explains how modern stretch wrappers can reduce costs and keep employees safe.

Shipping supervisors, plant managers and general managers will benefit from this guide to machine stretch wrapping. Specifically, Machine Stretch Wrapping addresses these areas:

  • Labor and film waste
  • Operator injury from hand wrapping or running unsafe machines
  • In-transit shipping damage because of bad stretch wrapping
  • Low job satisfaction

The eBook offers solutions to these problems. Click here to download the eBook for free.

About Lantech:

In 1972, Lantech, LLC invented stretch wrap equipment and changed the way the world packages and protects its goods as they move about the planet. Billions of pallet loads are stretch wrapped every year.

Although we’ve expanded our product line with case erectors and sealers, our mission remains the same – to help our customers ship their products so they reach their destinations in the same condition they were in when they left – and at the lowest cost.

For more information, visit Lantech.com or call Kelly Wathen at 502-815-9265.

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