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Sealed Air

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Sealed Air
2415 Cascade Pointe Boulevard, Charlotte, NC 28208
United States
OTHER COUNTRIES
Brazil, China, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Poland, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom
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980 221 3235




ACTIVE MATERIALS

Aseptic; Design & Branding; Flexible Plastics; Machinery; Other Packaging; Recyclable; Rigid Plastics


ACTIVE CATEGORIES

alcoholic beverages; baby & toddlers; bakery; cereals; confectionery; dairy; desserts & ice cream; foodservice; fruit & vegetables; hot drinks; meat, fish & eggs; pharmaceuticals; ready meals & side dishes; sauces & seasonings; snacks; soft drinks; soup; sports nutrition; spreads; sugar & sweeteners; supplements


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Sealed Air helps businesses succeed in a world of unprecedented resource challenges. We are a knowledge-based company, delivering outcomes that create outstanding value for our customers.


Industries around the world are at a turning point. Global megatrends such as population growth, urbanization, food, water, and energy scarcity, labor and skills shortages, and climate change are forcing companies to approach their business strategies in new ways. Meeting these growing resource challenges demands more than just sustainable solutions. It demands practical answers forged from deep experience, nimble application, and creative ingenuity that constantly Re-imagine™ the possibilities.


At Sealed Air, we partner with our customers to solve their most pressing resource challenges by delivering new solutions derived from our unmatched industry knowledge and expertise. These solutions create a more efficient, secure and less wasteful global food supply chain and enhance commerce through fulfillment and packaging solutions to protect the worldwide movement of goods.


We are a knowledge-based company focused on packaging solutions that help our customers achieve their sustainability goals in the face of today’s biggest social and environmental challenges. Our portfolio of widely recognized brands, including Cryovac® brand food packaging solutions and Bubble Wrap® brand cushioning, enable a safer and less wasteful food supply chain and protect valuable goods shipped around the world. Sealed Air generated $4.2 billion in sales in 2016 and has approximately 14,000 employees who serve customers in 117 countries.



Articles On Packaging Insights
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PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

Soups and sauces: Meeting the challenge of flexible packaging formats

12 Jun 2024 --- Innova Market Insights data indicates that Soups & Sauces product launches are increasing globally, featuring a 5% year-over-year growth between April 2022 to March 2024. These... Read More

Flexible packaging film production.

PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

Beyond The Headlines: SEE supplies on-demand recycled cushioning, Tipa’s home compostable pouches certified in Canada

07 Jun 2024 --- This week in industry news, SEE introduced an inflatable packaging system to provide on-demand cushioning and wrapping at the “press of a button.” Meanwhile,... Read More

Hand holding chicken breast in wrapped food tray.

PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

Eastman and SEE develop plastic-like compostable lightweight trays for food

25 Apr 2024 --- Eastman and SEE, formerly known as Sealed Air, are launching a compostable, lightweight tray designed to replace conventional polystyrene foam trays in protein packaging that can... Read More

Multivac ground breaking ceremony in germany

PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

Beyond The Headlines: Multivac begins new factory construction, Mondi expands kraft paper range

08 Dec 2023 --- This week in industry news, Multivac Group broke ground for a new production factory, which is intended for manufacturing parts and handling spare parts logistics in... Read More

Eyeshadow in paper packaging box.

PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

SEE speeds up production and avoids excess packaging with new digital die-cutting tools

12 Oct 2023 --- SEE is launching digital die-cutting capabilities for its Sealed Air brand Korrvu’s retention and suspension packaging to speed up turnaround time from design to... Read More




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Packaging Innovations 2024 live: Sealed Air presents automation systems for hardware and e-commerce packaging 

27 Feb 2024 --- At this year’s Packaging Innovations in Birmingham, UK, we talked to Sealed Air’s UKI APS director Duncan Hall, who tells us about the company’s latest automatic paper and plastic packaging machinery. We discuss the flexibility required in meeting different customer’s varying demands through new systems.

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Sealed Air at CPHI 2022: Providing solutions to the biopharmaceutical market

25 Nov 2022 --- Sealed Air presented its primary packaging for pharmaceutical and medical devices at the CPHI trade show in Frankfurt, Germany. We discussed the packaging solutions, as well as recent supply chain pressure and its implications for the industry with Roberto Righetti, the company’s European business development director. Righetti also elaborates on the environmental sustainability credentials of the company’s packaging films and how their footprint impact can be further reduced. 

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Sealed Air: Automated Autobag machine supports e-commerce fulfillment productivity and carbon reduction

30 May 2022 --- At Packaging Innovations 2022 in Birmingham, UK, Sealed Air showcased the Autobag 850S machine for mail order fulfillment amid rapidly expanding e-commerce demand. We spoke to Steve Dougan, EMEA platform director for fulfillment at Sealed Air, about how this solution can increase output from existing facilities and reduce carbon footprint.

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Sealed Air: Sustainability means product performance, not just “green”

21 Oct 2021 --- At FachPack 2021, Sealed Air’s vice president sales Pavel Kysely sat down with PackagingInsights to discuss the plastic-to-paper shifts in shipping fillers. The company showcased its range of machines for autobags and bubble wrap inflators on the busy show floor. Kysely shares some examples of where plastic is a better choice for secondary e-commerce packaging, despite paper’s growing environmental popularity with businesses and consumers alike.




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