Stretch film voor de tissue-industrie

It sounds like the ideal charge: tissue. Soft and firm, light in weight. Yet it is a segment in which we see relatively much transport damage. A shame, because damaged products can be returned, with all the associated costs.

What causes this damage? Because these loads are light in weight, it is often thought that little stretch film is needed, or that the price per kilo is decisive when choosing the stretch film. We would like to show you that this kind of cargo does not need a lot of stretch film, but it does need the right stretch film.


The issue with tissue

The tissue industry has a number of unique challenges in achieving pallet stability. Tissue products are generally lightweight and therefore the pallet loads are lighter than usual. This makes them sensitive to crush, damage caused by excessive pressure on the packaging. This can occur when a light pallet is wrapped too tightly. Products may be returned with all additional costs.

Careful wrapping of pressure-sensitive pallets therefore requires expertise. We ensure that your products arrive at the end customer without damage. Especially for these loads, we have developed stretch films that can deal with the unique challenges in the tissue industry, so that a high level of stability is achieved without printing the load.


95% less damage

20% less consumption 95% less breakage


Due to a strong increase in road freight transport, the need for pallet stability has only increased in recent years. Unstable pallets can have a major impact on safety, efficiency and costs. AFP is the partner to help reduce these risks.

In addition, AFP is always looking for sustainable solutions. By optimally wrapping pallets, we never use more film than necessary. This means lower costs and a considerably lower CO2 footprint than with a conventional stretch film.

Also sure on the road?
7 step audit model


AFP has more than 50 years of experience in achieving pallet stability and is at the forefront of innovation. We work with the 7 Step Audit model in which we work towards optimally packaged pallets through a thorough analysis of your process.

  • Our people involved analyse your pallet wrapping process
  • You can count on minimal stretch film consumption – which is not only sustainable but also saves costs
  • You can count on an optimized winding process without interruptions
  • Your products go safely on the road against the Lowest Total Cost of Ownership

How can I help you transport your products safely?

The combination of the right High Performance stretch film, the knowledge of our employees involved in your processes and winding machines ensures the optimal performance of your winding processes. In this way, we ensure stable pallets and prevent film from breaking, so that the packaging process runs smoothly, without delay. Would you like to know whether we can improve your pallet stability and reduce costs? Then request your Quick Scan today.


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Hans Wels, Commercial Manager Load Security Films

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