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Greenwave 410 or 430 Turn Old Boxes Into Packing Material

Published: June 15, 2020

Introducing the Greenwave 410 and 430 Cardboard Perforator from Formax

I don’t know about you but I HATE packaging peanuts!  I hate opening up a box and having peanuts spill everywhere.  Even worse, is when they get into the machine and I have to spend hours cleaning them out.  And buying peanuts and paying for shipping.  What a waste of money.

Another thing, USED BOXES.  Do you know how many used boxes we throw away every day?  Sure they go in the recycling but what a waste.

How about doing away with peanuts, bubble wrap, foam, and other packing material.  How nice would that be?  Stop throwing away boxes and save space in the dumpster!  Better yet, do away with the cardboard dumpster.

Turn your old boxes into packing material and never pay for peanuts or other cushion products again!

Upgrade your shipping department to be more environmentally friendly and saving money on waste hauling and shipping supplies! The Greenwave 410 Cardboard Perforator has the solution to help you transition away from bubble wrap and foam packing materials.  With its heavy-duty solid steel blades, the Greenwave 410 will transform corrugated shipping cartons into high-quality eco-friendly perforated packing materials. This compact unit fits on a tabletop or shipping workbench, making it ideal for small shipping departments.  In 4 easy steps: 1) Choose the finished size of the packing materials 2) Adjust the cutting guide 3) Press start 4) Insert cardboard. The Greenwave 410 perforates the cardboard and trims the excess simultaneously. The trimmed piece can also be perforated, so nothing goes to waste. The result is flexible, shock-absorbing netting which is easy to wrap around objects to provide protective cushioning during shipment. The perforated cardboard also ideal to fill spaces between the box and the product.

Take it to the next level with Greenwave 430 Cardboard Perforator!

The Greenwave 430 from Formax steps it up a notch in speed and thickness.  Up to 0.79 inches thick at 40 feet per minute!

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