“We are honored that our products have been approved for inclusion in this esteemed library,” says Marcelo Passos, vice president of Geami. “This will introduce our product line to a larger audience of packaging designers.”
Using a patented process to convert ordinary kraft paper into a honeycomb web of angled cells when expanded, the size of Geami paper is 60 percent more than that of the original kraft paper. The resulting honeycomb web provides impact deflection and shock absorption better than foams, bubble wrap and air pillows of equal volume.
Designed as a sustainable packaging alternative for shipping fragile and breakable products, inclusion in the library opens the door to new markets and customers, explains Passos.
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Geami® uses patented technology to create paper-based protective packaging that prevents damage during the shipment of fragile materials. Founded in 1994 and based in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, Geami is a privately held company serving Fortune 500 companies, Top 100 catalogers and light-volume shippers worldwide. The 100 percent recyclable Geami product serves as a cost-effective alternative for oil-based materials such as foams, bubble packaging and air pillows. Nearly 20,000 packages are shipped daily with their contents protected by Geami. Visit http://www.geami.com.