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Packing Materials
Choose from the following links to find out more about the types of packing materials you can use when preparing your package for shipment.


Encapsulated-Air Plastic (Bubble) Sheeting
Encapsulated-air plastic bubble sheeting is made of air bubbles that are encased between two poly sheets as they are sealed together. Learn how to use this as packing material.

Loose Fill
Loose fill materials are used to fill empty spaces in packages that contain lightweight, non fragile items.

Original Manufacturer's Packaging
Learn how you can use the original manufacturer's packaging when preparing your packages.

Double (Over) Boxing Method
Read about using the double (over) box method for packing your shipments.

Internal Packaging
Learn guidelines for using internal packaging when preparing your shipments.

Coolants and Refrigerants
Learn guidelines for packing shipments that contain coolants or refrigerants.

Transit Cases
Learn how to use transit cases to transport your shipments.
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