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Need Pallet Wrap in Brisbane?

Pallet wrap is also known as stretch wrap. It is visually like a large roll of cling wrap but thicker. The most common use of pallet wrap is to secure cartons and products onto a pallet for shipping around Australia. It is remarkably practical and efficient for protecting your stock.

Natural pallet wrap is available in the following thicknesses: 20µm, 23µm and 25µm. Black stretchwrap comes in 25µm only.

You can wrap the pallet by hand however it is much easier to apply it using a metal dispenser. You can buy the dispenser online at QIS Packaging as well.


Frequently Asked Question

What is the meaning of µm (sometimes displayed as um)?

A µm is the abbreviation for a micrometre. It is one millionth of a metre, and is the way we describe the thickness of plastic. Our pallet wrap at QIS Packaging ranges from 20µm to 25µm.  The 25µm is thicker than the 20µm, and therefore stronger. However if you do not require the thicker plastic, then it is more economical to purchase the thinner stretch wrap.

What is pallet wrap used for?

The name is pretty straightforward, the rolls are wrapping for pallets your company/organisation need to send out. Coming in black (if you don't want anyone to see what's on the pallet) or clear, the pallet wrapping is sturdy and helps to keep the pallet stable and to hold the contents together.

Can I bulk buy?

You absolutely can, there are already quantity breaks inserted if you buy a carton or more. However if you're ordering for example 10+ cartons then get in contact with us and we can discuss preparing a quote for your specific order.

Want to collect your order?

You have the option when placing your order to pick your order up from our warehouse.

Use the map below to locate us, or enter this address into your GPS: 6/33 Stockwell Place, Archerfield Queensland.

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