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Get Packed  provides cost effective packaging for all businesses, as everyone wants the best packaging product at the most affordable price.  

In terms of small to medium businesses or even those just starting out Get Packed’s range range of bubble wrap, bubble bags, jiffy lites and cushioned mailers are the common starting point for cost effective packaging.

Get Packed’s range also extends to a Shrink A Pack which is suitable for low volume shrink wrapping and then up to packaging machinery like strapping machines and shrink machines required for larger scale packaging.

Get Packed's range of bubble wrap includes degradable envirobubble as well as a standard non-degradable form. Get Packed are able to supply in three main bubble profiles which are 10mm, 20mm and 32mm. The bubble wrap is also available in rolls, perforated sheets or in bubble bags or padded mailer. This is a simple, yet cost effective form of packaging.

Get Packed jiffy lite and cushioned mailers are light weight padded envelopes used for mailing items in a protective bubble wrap envelope with a peel and seal strip for easy sealing. They mostly have a paper outer and bubble inner lining, however they differ depending on the rigidity of the envelope required, white paper or brown paper envelope, whether you want a bubble inner, or even bubble covered by paper. These envelopes are a suitable form of cost effective packaging and Get Packed can supply the right one for your need.

The Shrink A Pack is a budget cost effective packaging system suitable for low volume shrink wrapping and is available in 5 different sizes complete with a heat gun, film dispenser and sealing bar.

The Shrink A Pack is suitable for anyone who wants to collate items for point of sale or promotional merchandising. A Shrink a Pack system seals one side of the film, so a couple of seals must be manually done to fully seal a product, after which the heat gun would be used to shrink the film over the product.

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