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Spring  2016
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Assessing Crimper and Sealing Jaw Set-Up 

How Do You Know When Your Adjustments Are Correct?

The newest "Tech Bites" video from Greener Corporation explains how carbon paper can help you optimize seal quality on horizontal wrappers and vertical baggers.


 

Working Together to Improve Package Quality 
and Reduce Costs

Case Studies of Collaborative Projects

We will be posting a series of case studies on our P3 Solutions Blog that demonstrate the many ways we have collaborated with customers on successful packaging projects.

Reducing Packaging Material Costs

The first case study details how overall seal width per package was reduced. Material costs were lowered, while seal quality and productivity were maintained or improved.


 

The Value of Experience
Our ability to help you improve package quality and productivity comes down to the experience and attitude of our people.  This year thirteen of Greener's team members will celebrate tenures  ranging from 15 to 35 years.


Greener's  collective base of knowledge on cutting, sealing and forming (along with our partner, Kenray) is unrivaled worldwide, and we are committed to creating lasting relationships that help us understand and meet your needs.
 

Thank You!
For all of you who were able to respond to our recent customer survey, thank you for your thoughtful and valuable feedback. Your comments will help us in our ongoing efforts to improve the services and products we provide.
 
We welcome additional comments and suggestions. Please use the contact links below to request input on new projects, to let us know about any problems you're experiencing or just to let us know how we're doing.
 
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For additional information please  call +1.732.341.3880  

Sincerely,

Ted Wojtech
President

Greener Corporation
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