Encapsulated-Air Plastic (Bubble) Sheeting:
Encapsulated air provides good cushioning for lightweight items and can be cut to wrap virtually any shape or sized product.
Loose fill materials are used to fill empty spaces in packages that contain lightweight, non-fragile items.
Double (Over) Boxing Method:
Double (over) boxing is an effective method of safeguarding fragile equipment like electronics from damage.
Polyethylene Foam Sheeting:
Lightweight, soft, resilient foam sheeting material that provides excellent surface protection and cushioning properties.
Kraft paper (not newspaper or newsprint) is wrapped and crumpled to fill empty space inside a package with light-to-medium weight, non-fragile items.
Corrugated board is shaped to form trays, liners, partitions, and other package accessories that work to cushion semi- to non-fragile products and increase the integrity of the shipping container.
Multilayered paper (not newspaper or newsprint) padding is ideal for wrapping medium to large sized, non-fragile items and those that may require moisture absorption.
* These are few examples given out of all the packing material used...