Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Revolution Stretch Wrapper by Quick Pak Inc


Quick Pak introduces the Revolution Semi Automatic Stretch Wrapper. It’s a value priced semi automatic stretch wrapper. This price competitive workhorse will give you years of trouble free operation. It will solve the problems associated with poorly hand wrapped pallets. The Revolution represents an advanced design with completely reliable technology in a sleek frame, giving users a rugged machine of unmatched quality. The Revolution will convert the high volume hand wrap user over to wrapping pallets by machine.
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NEW Dunnage Air Bags by Quick Pak


NEW Dunnage Air Bags by Quick Pak...are the convenient way to protect your goods from being damaged during shipping. They have an outstanding load stabilizing capacity and resistance to load shifting, Dunnage bags can withstand the pressure.

For more info call:
Mike Cunningham
Quick Pak Inc
1100 North 28th Street, Tampa FL 33605
PH: 813 242 6995
mike.cunningham@quickpakinc.com

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Quick Pak Inc - LLDPE: Stretch Resin Seen Rising

LLDPE: Stretch Resin Seen Rising . U.S. resin producers continue to aggressively seek the May price increase and have issued an array of June price increase initiatives to add support to their efforts.
Trade Analyst May 2011
Several grades of polyethylene resin remain under tight supply conditions and the manufacturers have announced a subsequent increase for June which we will monitor closely.

Based on the May 1st PE increase as well as additional delivery cost increases We will implement an 8% increase for all grades of film effective with all orders placed on or after May 23, 2011.
Please note that due to limited resin availability and extended lead times we will strictly limit our customer's orders. (AEP) (Sigma) (Pinnacle) (AmTopp) (Berry) (Manuli)
US Stretch Film Producer May 2011

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Quick Pak Inc...LLDPE Resin Increase in May.

LLDPE Resin producers continue to aggressively seek the May price increase
and have issued an array of June price increase initiatives to add support to their efforts.
Trade Analyst May 2011

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Custom PLP-2150 By Quick Pak Inc

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Quick Pak Inc: Market Update & Summary May 18th, 2011:

Quick Pak Inc: Market Update & Summary May 18th, 2011:LLDPE Resin markets have stabilized putting a question mark over the May (5c/lb) price increase announced in the U.S. Resin producers continue to aggressively seek the increase and have issued a number of June increase initiatives to add support to their efforts.
TRADE ANALYST MAY 2011

Quick Pak Inc: Market Update & Summary May 18th, 2011:

Quick Pak Inc: Market Update & Summary May 18th, 2011:LLDPE Resin markets have stabilized putting a question mark over the May (5c/lb) price increase announced in the U.S. Resin producers continue to aggressively seek the increase and have issued a number of June increase initiatives to add support to their efforts.
TRADE ANALYST MAY 2011

Monday, May 9, 2011

Commodities Plunge for a Fifth Consecutive Day

Commodities Plunge for a Fifth Consecutive Day Extending the biggest rout since December 2008, as investors cut their holdings in oil, silver and industrial metals amid concern that economic growth will slow.
The Standard & Poor's GSCI Index of 24 raw materials fell as much as 3.6 percent to 658.93 points, and was at 672.25 as of 10:20 a.m. in London.

Crude oil fell as much as 5.2 percent to $94.63 a barrel in New York trading and natural gas rose 0.1 percent to $4.266 per million British thermal units..
Business News May 2011

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Tuesday, May 3, 2011

LLDPE: Stretch Film Resin Today

For the second week in a row, average spot Polyethylene prices rallied about $.01/lb, with some grades, this time LLDPE, posting stronger gains. The $.06/lb price increase took hold early in the month for most processors and it now appears to be fully implemented industry-wide. There is another $.05/lb increase nominated for May contracts and a newly issued increase of $.04/lb seen floated for June.

Commodity resin prices rose sharply in April and could move higher again in May as resin producers look to pass along their rising energy and feedstock costs. Domestic demand could suffer at these stratospheric price levels, as processors look to buy only as needed. The domestic market is not yet providing signals that a price break is around the corner. (Dow)
Trade Reporter May 2011