Green Bay, Wisconsin – EDL Packaging Engineers, Inc. (EDL) is renewing its commitment to sustainable packaging equipment design and manufacturing practices by increasing efforts to educate the packaging industry of LDPE film best practices.
"As a company we believe, it is our social responsibility to design and manufacture equipment that reduces the amount of packaging and film used," said General Manager, Ken Carter, "In addition, as an industry we should all do more to educate the public of the packaging life-cycle, and the benefits of recycling of LDPE."
The initiative includes increasing awareness of its already popular tight wrap technology. The technology, which uses mechanical tension to create a tighter has contributed to the reduction of film, transportation, and energy cost for more than 160 companies over the past 5 years.
It also plans to continue its 10 year partnership with a local Wisconsin film manufacturer to recycle 100% of film used in its product testing.
EDL Packaging Engineers manufacturers secondary to end-of-line packaging solutions for bundling and tray forming systems for multiple industry types and a variety of challenging environments. Equipment design begins with standard modular components which are then integrated with various technologies, including robotics, allowing us to tailor equipment to customer specifications. Film width's range from 16" to 144" for standard shrink bundling applications, allowing us to tailor solutions to a variety of products, sizes and package types. EDL's signature Tight Wrap enclosure creates a tight, brick-like bundle without the use of a shrink tunnel. For more information on EDL Packaging, visit us at www.edlpackaging.com.