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LOCK N’ POP® pallet stabilisation         what’s it all about?          December 2011                                     ...
Before we go on ...3 questions• Are you interested in  reducing costs in your  supply chain?• Is product damage in  storag...
If you answered yes ... consider• Continuous  improvement (Kaizen)  has been a part of our  lives for many years and  it h...
If you answered yes ... consider• Continuous  improvement (Kaizen)  has been a part of our  lives for many years and  it h...
LOCK N’ POP is a different way                             of stabilising a pallet• No more plastic wrap or  other tertiar...
At the heart of a LOCK N’ POP                               system is an adhesive• LOCK N’ POP adhesives  have high shear ...
At the heart of a LOCK N’ POP                                system is an adhesive• LOCK N’ POP adhesives  have high shear...
LOCK N’ POP systems work with                       most pallet loads: bags + sacks• Bags and sacks  –   Building material...
LOCK N’ POP systems also work                          with cartons and boxes• Bags and sacks• Cartons and boxes  – Wines ...
and with shrink wrapped trays• Bags and sacks• Cartons and boxes• Shrink wrapped trays  – Soft drinks and mineral    water...
The economics of LOCK N’ POP                             systems are compelling• Plastic film prices are  driven by crude ...
The economics of LOCK N’ POP                           systems are compelling• Plastic film prices are  driven by crude oi...
The economics of LOCK N’ POP                          systems are compelling• Plastic film prices are  driven by crude oil...
LOCK N’POP systems support                         sustainability objectives• LOCK N’ POP fluids have  a low carbon foot p...
LOCK N’ POP fluids are all round                                        good guys!• They are based on  natural materials• ...
LOCK N’ POP compares                                        well with alternatives                                        ...
LOCK N’ POP systems are                               recognised for their role• LOCK N’POP is a  Wallmart ‘sustainable  v...
LOCK N’ POP systems are                                recognised for their role• LOCK N’POP is a  Wallmart ‘sustainable  ...
LOCK N’ POP systems are                                recognised for their role• LOCK N’POP is a  Wallmart ‘sustainable  ...
And more broadly ... LOCK N’                             POP is a part of ITW• ITW is a sustainable  packaging coalition  ...
Some LOCK N’ POP customers in           the UK and Ireland   Gransden; August 2011
5 steps to converting to a LOCK                                        N’ POP system•   Do a sample•   Check the economics...
LOCK N’ POP pallet stabilisation     it should all be clear now!          December 2011               Gransden; August 2011
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Gransden lock n' pop sales presentation

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Lock N' Pop pallet stablisation systems enable their users to save money, protect their products better and reduce plastics waste.

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Gransden lock n' pop sales presentation

  1. 1. LOCK N’ POP® pallet stabilisation what’s it all about? December 2011 ®registered © Gransden Packaging Line Products trademark of ITW 2011
  2. 2. Before we go on ...3 questions• Are you interested in reducing costs in your supply chain?• Is product damage in storage or transport an issue?• Would you like to reduce the amount of plastic waste which you generate? Gransden; August 2011
  3. 3. If you answered yes ... consider• Continuous improvement (Kaizen) has been a part of our lives for many years and it has its limits Gransden; August 2011
  4. 4. If you answered yes ... consider• Continuous improvement (Kaizen) has been a part of our lives for many years and it has its limits• Making a substantial improvement now requires a change of practice Gransden; August 2011
  5. 5. LOCK N’ POP is a different way of stabilising a pallet• No more plastic wrap or other tertiary packaging waste• No more product wastage in storage or transit; and• No more plastic waste to manage Gransden; August 2011
  6. 6. At the heart of a LOCK N’ POP system is an adhesive• LOCK N’ POP adhesives have high shear strength – This means that products do not easily move laterally on the pallet – They are stable during transit and damage is minimised Gransden; August 2011
  7. 7. At the heart of a LOCK N’ POP system is an adhesive• LOCK N’ POP adhesives have high shear strength• But they have low tensile or fracture strength – This means that it’s easy for operators to remove products from the pallet Gransden; August 2011
  8. 8. LOCK N’ POP systems work with most pallet loads: bags + sacks• Bags and sacks – Building materials – Animal feed – Plastic pellets – Flour Paper and plastic Gransden; August 2011
  9. 9. LOCK N’ POP systems also work with cartons and boxes• Bags and sacks• Cartons and boxes – Wines and spirits – Consumer products – Beers and ciders Closed and open top cartons Gransden; August 2011
  10. 10. and with shrink wrapped trays• Bags and sacks• Cartons and boxes• Shrink wrapped trays – Soft drinks and mineral waters – Canned foods – Beers and ciders Gransden; August 2011
  11. 11. The economics of LOCK N’ POP systems are compelling• Plastic film prices are driven by crude oil prices and there’s only one long term trend – Prices have trebled over the last 10 years – LOCK N’ POP products are made from natural products and their prices are not so volatile Gransden; August 2011
  12. 12. The economics of LOCK N’ POP systems are compelling• Plastic film prices are driven by crude oil prices and there’s only one long term trend• The cost of product damage is both money and reputation Gransden; August 2011
  13. 13. The economics of LOCK N’ POP systems are compelling• Plastic film prices are driven by crude oil prices and there’s only one long term trend• The cost of product damage is both money and reputation• Waste disposal costs are also increasing Gransden; August 2011
  14. 14. LOCK N’POP systems support sustainability objectives• LOCK N’ POP fluids have a low carbon foot print• They are applied simply and without the use of heat• When they are used there is less need for plastic packaging, less plastic waste Gransden; August 2011
  15. 15. LOCK N’ POP fluids are all round good guys!• They are based on natural materials• They are water-based with FDA 175.105 approved ingredients for indirect food contact• They don’t prevent the recycling of the materials to which they adhere Gransden; August 2011
  16. 16. LOCK N’ POP compares well with alternatives stretch wrap hot melt LOCK N POP lower materials cost NO YES YESin the lower energy usage NO NO YESfactory no health concerns YES NO YESin storage less product damage NO YES YESand transit less plastic waste NO YES YESat the less retail pack damage YES NO YEScustomer easy packaging recycling YES NO YES© 2011 Gransden Packaging Line Products Gransden; August 2011
  17. 17. LOCK N’ POP systems are recognised for their role• LOCK N’POP is a Wallmart ‘sustainable value network’ partner Gransden; August 2011
  18. 18. LOCK N’ POP systems are recognised for their role• LOCK N’POP is a Wallmart ‘sustainable value network’ partner• LOCK N’ POP systems have been endorsed by Marks & Spencer for its plan A program Gransden; August 2011
  19. 19. LOCK N’ POP systems are recognised for their role• LOCK N’POP is a Wallmart ‘sustainable value network’ partner• LOCK N’ POP systems have been endorsed by Marks & Spencer for its plan A program• LOCK N’ POP also supports Cadbury’s purple goes green initiative Gransden; August 2011
  20. 20. And more broadly ... LOCK N’ POP is a part of ITW• ITW is a sustainable packaging coalition partner – And ITW is a member of the sustainable packaging coalition Gransden; August 2011
  21. 21. Some LOCK N’ POP customers in the UK and Ireland Gransden; August 2011
  22. 22. 5 steps to converting to a LOCK N’ POP system• Do a sample• Check the economics• Perform a site survey• Run a trial – Agree clear objectives – Involve key stakeholders – Evaluate performance• Place an order! Gransden; August 2011
  23. 23. LOCK N’ POP pallet stabilisation it should all be clear now! December 2011 Gransden; August 2011

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