Since the day I can remember opening Christmas presents with my family, I can remember trying to tear through a variety of plastic packaging before getting to my actual gift. It didn't matter what I was opening, toys, clothes or makeup, there was always a plastic casing on the outside, protecting my new present from becoming damaged in any way. If it wasn't for the protection of plastic packaging, my present most likely would arrived with dust and dirt covering the surface and there would probably be a few scratches lingering around. Luckily for me, that never happened.
With plastic packaging, the plastic can be shaped and stretched to fit any sized product or food that needs protection for traveling purposes or food storage. Whether the product is 8 feet in length and 6 feet in width, a plastic packaging piece can be created to wrap around the product to keep it protected. The greatest attribute to plastic packaging is that products can be shrink wrapped as well like DVDs or even meats before they are stored in the freezer. This helps give products the ultimate protective gear by keeping all oxygen and moisture in the air from entering the plastic casing.
Not only can plastic packaging be made into any shape or size, but it can also be made to be highly shock absorbent especially if a contract bagging machine was used. This helps packages have an extra source of protection during transit. During transit is when the most bumps happens to the package, depending on the condition of the roads being traveled. When bumps do occur, the shock absorbent packaging will basically help lighten the blow to the product, therefore reducing the damages. Sometimes damages are inevitable, but with plastic packaging the risk of it happening decreases greatly.