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New Nylon Opens Door for Companies Looking to Upgrade Packaging


Published on June 30, 2020

To our readers … you know by now that we never push our product through PackTalk. In this blog, we aim to educate & inspire, and ultimately start a discussion. But we’re breaking our own rule for this article.  The healthcare industry is conservative (rightfully so—in healthcare, lives are impacted). But with that said, we get excited when we see innovation in the industry, whether it comes from Oliver or someone else.

We introduced a new product offering recently, a lower gauge Nylon that has been very well received by packaging professionals. LF-1050N is a 40ga Nylon—also called 10/50 BON/PE. Nylon is a popular packaging material because it is proven to be consistent and strong. Our 40ga Nylon film to Tyvek pouch is a durable packaging solution for MDMs big and small who are looking for added confidence when compared to a standard 48ga PET/PE film. Daphne Allen, Editor of MD+DI, recently interviewed Jenn Goff (Director—Product Marketing) and Kevin Zacharias (Director—Technical Services) to learn more about it. Read the full interview here. Enjoy!


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