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PACKAGING MANAGEMENT

Attempt any four cases

Case No 1 Stretchable Tape

3Mâ€TMs Scotch Brand TM Stretchable Tape (ST) is a 4 or 6 mil Linear Low
Density Polyethylene (LLDPE) backing with a solvent less adhesive. ST is a load stabilization product which can provide reductions in raw materials and waste disposal costs while maintaining a stable, breathable load. ST utilizes 3Mâ€TM5 patented Stretch Release adhesive technology which will not damage high intensity graphic boxes.
3Mâ€TMs Scotch Brand TM Stretchable Tape was tested and proven to conform, by an Independent Testing Facility, to ASTM D4 169–Standard Practice for Performance
Testing of Shipping Containers and Systems.

Background
A meat packing house was packing 48 to 50 lb. of hams into a 10” high box. These boxes were interlock stacked 7 layers high on a 40” x 48” pallet. They were using stretch film and corner boards to stabilize the load for transport to an off site blast freezer. At the blast freezer the stretch film and corner boards were removed to improve cold air flow to the hams and reduce freezing time. After the blast freezer, the pallet was rewrapped with stretch film and corner boards and sent to distribution warehousing. The reason the meat packer is investigating ST is to reduce raw material cost, application cost, and waste disposal cost.

Waste and Cost Savings

3M†TMs Stretchable Tape (ST), #8886, was used to stabilize the pallet loads of hams after final packaging. Because ST allowed air flow through the pallet load, it is not required to be removed during the blast freezer process. The average amount of stretch film per pallet load was 15.7 oz. Because each pallet was wrapped twice, the total…...

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