No.
1

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.

No.
2

Loose Fill:

Loose fill materials are used to fill empty spaces in packages that contain lightweight, non-fragile items.

No.
3

Double (Over) Boxing Method:

Double (over) boxing is an effective method of safeguarding fragile equipment like electronics from damage.

No.
4

Polyethylene Foam Sheeting:

Lightweight, soft, resilient foam sheeting material that provides excellent surface protection and cushioning properties.

No.
5

Kraft Paper:

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.

No.
6

Corrugated Board:

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.

No.
7

Paper Cushioning:

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...