Three of the Universal Packaging team visited Malaysia in May to see up close our innovative pallet wrap put to the test by the laws of motion.
In Kedah, Malaysia, the Newton Research Institute was set up to provide rigorous analysis and optimisation to meet the changing requirements of the transport industry.
It is the biggest dynamic test facility of its kind in the Asia-Pacific region, providing neutral, evidence-based advice for a huge range of packaging and transportation challenges.
This was the third time the team has travelled to the facility. With each visit we’ve gained valuable information on how we can continue to innovate our products, increasing load safety, reducing waste and, in doing so, increasing savings and efficiency.
Jed Goudie, Garth Hill and Matt Goddin worked with application specialists in the static and dynamic labs over three days.