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How Can I Protect My Packages?

If you have ever sent a package that was ruined by the time it arrived to its destination, you may be worried about sending another delicate package.  There are things you can do, though, to make you feel confident that your package will be protected.  There are different protective packaging options that you can choose from to protect against careless handling and outside elements.

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Desiccant Bags

Desiccant bags absorb moisture, odors, and chemicals to protect your packages.  These packets can protect all kinds of packages, including electronics, food, medication, and anything else that can be damaged by humidity.


Anti-Static Bags

These kinds of bags protect packages against static or electrostatic-based damage.  They are used to protect electronic devices, explosive powder, micro circuits, and thin film resisters.


Volatile Corrosion Inhibitor (VCI paper)

VCI paper protects metals against elements that may cause corrosion, such as salt, dirt, and oxygen.  This is done by treating the VCI paper with added chemicals, which form a protective molecular layer around the package.



Labels are a simple, yet overlooked, way to protect your packages.  Labels provide a warning message that states how your package needs to be handled.  Since every package is different, it’s important that the handler knows which precautions to take to ensure a safe delivery.


Humidity Indicator Cards

Humidity indicator cards can be placed inside packages to ensure that the protective packaging did its job.  These cards change colors depending on what level of humidity it was exposed to.

This article introduces some of the protective packaging options that you can choose from.  For more information, contact your local protective packaging supplier.