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Eco-friendly packaging company, Geami, offers new light volume options

Thursday, June 03, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Morrisville, N.C. - Geami, an eco-friendly packaging company has now made their sustainably sourced paper packaging available to Lite Volume shippers in a 150' roll sizes that can be easily purchased using their new online shopping cart.

"As a company, we are always looking to find ways to expand the use of our eco-friendly packaging materials. Geami helps protect the environment through reducing the use of oil-based plastic and foam packing materials. Our renewable and recyclable products have been in use by companies for shipping throughout the US for over 15 years, and now we are offering this 'green' method of packaging in a ready-to-use roll," said Braulio Libero, President of Geami.

Over 4 million packages are shipped every year using Geami materials, and that number only looks to continue to rise with the availability of the packing material to Lite Volume Shippers. The packing material provides opportunities to save on overall shipping costs, reduce product damage during shipping and improve the public image of companies by improving the in-the-box presentation of products shipped to their customers.

Geami paper packaging materials are a sustainable, renewable and recyclable product. Even though only about 10% of the world's forests are currently certified as sustainably managed, Geami believes strongly that this type of certification is critical to ensuring the health of tomorrow's forests, and has made a commitment to only purchase the raw materials used in non-recycled content Geami paper from forest landowners and paper mills who have received this certification.




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