Project Description

At Progressive Packaging, we recognize that packages can be mishandled during the transit process. We, therefore, offer engineering services to protect all types of delicate products against transit mishaps, including electronics, antiques, pharmaceuticals, glass products, and other fragile goods.

Progressive Packaging provides the protection your product deserves. We have a wide range of die-cut, molded, laminated and convoluted foams primarily designed for industrial, commercial and retail applications. The materials utilized are polyethylene (PE), polyurethane (PU) and polystyrene (PS), each with distinct characteristics, physical properties and applications. Progressive Packaging also provides protection via corrugated honeycomb and other corrugated components used in the interior of hollow-core doors.
Foam packaging is typically utilized for packaging higher-value products, and it is considered one of the best methods for protection during handling and transportation. Maintaining excellent vibration and impact resistance, some types of foam also have ideal abrasion-resistant properties.

Foam packaging is available in various densities ranging from 0.9 lbs to 6 lb cross-link. One of the finest features of foam packaging is its ability to be customized into many shapes and configurations, and is an ideal material selection for manufacturers or shippers of instruments, electronic equipment and automotive parts. It also holds great popularity in returnable packaging, allowing for cost savings through its repeated use. Anti-static properties are available when required.
Progressive Packaging’s goal is to help you improve upon the efficiency of your entire packaging system, and therefore, we take the time to analyze your products to develop effective solutions that best fit your budget. Our ISTA-certified lab assists us to meet real world transport packaging conditions by simulating the rigors of actual shipping and handling. We utilize the latest technology so that design data feedback on impact resistance is known in the lab, and not in the shipping process.