We're Your Packaging Materials Partner!
At XtraPlast, we pride ourselves in being your best source for packaging materials and supplies. This means:
- Providing Superior Quality Products at the Right Price, Right Now.
- Help Innovate and Extend the life of our Customer's Products.
- Developing a Long-Term Relationship Built on Our Commitment to being Your Dedicated Packaging Consulting Team.
XtraPlast has implemented an advanced quality assurance program with their partners. Material compliance with industry requirements and standards is achieved by use of our detection flow system. XtraPlast has established a set of strict rules and precise procedures to ensure the highest quality products are manufactured. The detection flow system tightly adheres to the following quality control checks:
- Raw material testing
- Process control
- Product testing
- Quality checking
We're Here to Help!
XtraPlast is a global leader in providing customers with the right packaging material, right when you need it. With warehouse locations in Kansas City, USA and Montreal, Canada, we are able to provide quick and affordable delivery of your products. Our inventory features more than 1,000 different packaging film options. And, if we don't have it in stock, we can build a custom order just for you!
As part of the Inauen Group we are able to support your material needs globally with more than 50 sales representatives and distributors worldwide. Our packaging consultants bring with them decades of packaging machine and packaging material industry experience. This knowledge ensures that you are getting the right material for your packaging operation. Through continuous training, our team maintains the highest level of industry knowledge, which we share with all of our customers.
We take customer service seriously. We are not satisfied until you are. At XtraPlast, our primary goal is to ensure that you get the right material for your products and packaging needs and that its performance exceeds your expectations. We invite you to share all your experiences with us so that we can continually improve our products and services.
So... How Thick is That?
Gauge, Mil, Micron, MM, & Inch are all used to describe the thickness of materials, and sometimes confusing one with another can cause issues.
Here is an easy chart that should help clear up the differences.