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In the world of packaging, there’s a lot of different types and shapes of paper roll. From slim rolls for cigarettes to bulky rolls for cereal boxes, paper rolls play an important role in the food packaging industry. But what happens when a paper roll is not Packaged properly? Well, let’s say you’re packing a roll of toilet paper for shipping. If you put it in a “standard” roll packing case, the roll will bunch up and cause air pockets. This can cause the tissue to burst, releasing fecal matter and bacteria into the surrounding environment. In this blog post, we will explore some tips on how to pack paper rolls correctly so that they don’t cause any problems during shipping. Additionally, we will provide a few example photos to help illustrate our point.

What is paper roll packing?

paper roll packing is a process of filling and sealing paper rolls with a barrier material to prevent moisture, dust, or debris from entering the interior of the roll. The barrier material can be a film, foil, or adhesive. Paper rolls are often filled with food products such as meat, poultry, fish, and vegetables.

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