When it comes to using protective packaging for sending fragile goods there should only be one choice, compared to traditional packaging materials such as Polystyrene, Polyethylene and Pulp Mould and that is to use AirPacks.

You can see some of the main differences between AirPacks and other commonly used protective packaging materials by looking at our comparison chart, but below are some other compelling reasons for you to use AirPack packaging for protecting your fragile goods during transit.


  • Provides Superior Protection
  • Made from the Highest Quality Materials Available
  • Advanced Multi Chamber Design
  • Conforms to Shape of Packed Object
  • Moisture and Humidity Resistant
  • Complies with ISO 9001 - Commitment to Quality

  • Reduces Warehouse and Storage Costs
  • Lowers Shipping Charges
  • Reduces the number of SKUS required
  • Improves Packaging and Production Process
  • Maximum Shelf Life

  • 100% Recyclable
  • Low PET Rating
  • Reusable*
  • Easy to use and mess free
  • Complies with ISO 9001 - environmental commitment
Environmentally Friendly Protective Packaging for Fragile Items