Instead of stretch wrapping skids to go to the other end of the plant for finish work, we use Grip Sheets now, saving the time we use to spend running around the pallet. And we don’t have to take the time to remove the film and rewrap it later. We also reuse the Grip Sheets a few times! They’re saving us money in stretch film, and time, because they’re so easy to use.
We have these small boxes that were so unstable, we had to hand wrap them, because when we put them on the stretch wrapper turntable, they flew off. Now, with Grip Sheets, we don’t need to bother with any hand wrapping, and can machine wrap all of our pallets with no down time.
Our poly wrapped trays of product don’t have a lot of protection during shipment, so we want to be sure they are as secure as possible during transit. Grip Sheets let us rest assured that they will stay put, even on the roughest road.
My boss was always telling me to find ways to go “GREEN” to help us meet our corporate goals. When I saw that Grip Sheets were made from recycled paper, and can be recycled, that got my attention. I’m glad we looked at them, because we now only do a top wrap of stretch film, so I really did find a way to go “GREEN.
We used to use a similar product on our automatic palletizer, but it did not have the alternating stripe pattern, and when we reached the bottom of the pallet, the sheets often stuck together, causing us a lot of headaches with downtime to clear the system. We don’t have that problem with Grip Sheets.