• Businesses big and small are invited to try out Great Wrap's compostable pallet wrap.
    Businesses big and small are invited to try out Great Wrap's compostable pallet wrap.

Great Wrap will be showcasing its Compostable Machine Pallet Wrap at this year’s APPEX. The stretch wrap is made from compostable biopolymers and plant-based oils.

The Compostable Machine Pallet Wrap, which is designed and manufactured in the company’s factory in Tullamarine, Melbourne, is suitable for businesses of all sizes.

“We're excited to see big corporations using compostable alternatives in their supply chain as we think it will be a catalyst for change in the Australian waste landscape,” Julia Kay, the company's co-founder said.

Great Wrap also offers a welcome pack for its customers to help with their business transition.

The company has recently launched with 500mm x 1146m x 20µm, with the RRP at $99.95 for a single roll. There are no minimum order quantities and Great Wrap will offer discounted rates for large volume orders.

Visit Great Wrap on stand Stand D184 to talk to the friendly team of ten, including co-founders Julia and Jordy Kay.

APPEX is taking place on 12-15 March at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. Free registration is open now.

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