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A contemporary method of protecting delicate goods vulnerable to scratches during shipping is to use scuff-resistant packaging. The scuff resistant packaging has a soft, non-abrasive front on corrugated board, which protects products from harm during their supply. It is ideal for those products made of glass, plastic, or rubber.
The need for additional materials like bubble wrap or polystyrene is eliminated by scratch-resistant packaging. Consumer goods, food, and beverages, as well as many other businesses, heavily utilise scuff-resistant packaging.
It may be recycled with ease. The use of additional materials like polystyrene or bubble wrap is no longer necessary thanks to scratch-resistant packaging. To protect light-weight or heavy-weight goods, this can be applied to a variety of board grades.
The Global Scuff Resistant Packaging market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The launch of high-resilience, scuff-resistant Soft Touch laminate tubes has been announced by Berry Global, Inc. Berry claims that its special method contributes to a long-lasting, scratch-resistant finish that improves a brand’s touch and visual attraction.
Berry’s portfolio of premium, personal care packaging, which already includes bottles, jars, and closures, is now extended by the addition of tubes.
The film will be marketed by Innovia under the name RayoFloat. The RayoFloat APO film has a controlled TD shrinkage of up to 70% and is transparent, uncoated, glossy, scuff-resistant, and printable. The European PET Bottle Platform EPBP has approved RayoFloat. However, this film can also be used on a range of HDPE and PP containers.
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