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Save money, reduce waste and increase efficiency with an RPC BPI Stretchfilms Wrap Audit. We work hard to provide our customers with the best stretch wrapping advice from choosing the right film to the correct application and usage.

Our free of charge Wrap Audit helps to optimise your packaging and reduce wrapping and waste disposal costs. It includes a review of current film choice, machinery and application processes. The Audit can reduce your cost per pallet by improving the wrapping process or taking advantage of new lightweight films.

With the growing demand to operate in a more eco-conscious way, there is an increasing need for companies to better manage their operations through improved efficiencies and waste management processes.

Our Wrap Audit looks at:

  • Reducing the cost per wrap
  • Reducing annual wrap costs
  • Increasing the stretch percentage
  • Increasing the pallets per tonne
  • A review of the current film choice, machinery and application processes

The Wrap Audit helps to optimise your packaging and reduce wrapping and waste disposal costs. The audit can reduce the cost per pallet by improving wrapping process or taking advantage of new lightweight films.

You will receive:

  • A complete, comparative film audit
  • Machine modification/repair recommendations
  • A detailed report including wrapping operation costs and cost per pallet
  • A sample of the suggested film used in the trial

Contact us to find out more and book your Wrap Audit (contact us button)

The European Safe Logistics Association (EUMOS)

EUMOS is a non-profit association established in 2013 and is formed by several businesses and transport companies. It promotes the advancement of state-of-the-art safe logistics in Europe.

EUMOS deals primarily with matters relating to:

  • load-securing
  • packaging
  • load-unit formation
  • vehicle technology
  • process optimisation
  • combinations of the above

The EUMOS Test

The test is designed to quantify the rigidity of a load unit type.

A test load unit of that type is placed on a test loading platform.

The platform is accelerated in the forward direction with a specific acceleration and decelerated afterwards.

The test loading platform supports the test load unit in the vertical direction without any visual deformation.

This then shows how stable the load is, and whether it would pass or fail the EUMOS test.