Get Your Fill of Packing Peanuts
The packing peanut was first invented in 1965 by Robert E. Holden and to this day is still one of the most important aspects of the shipping process. These little gems, whether made of Styrofoam or biodegradable sorghum, act as a filler for your box of shipped goods as they interlock when compressed in a small area helping keep your item safe on its travels. General Use Though packing peanuts now come in a large variety of shapes, the ideal ones for shipping are either the traditional “S” configuration or the increasingly popular “8” frame. The two shapes offer the best cushioning memory and resist migration......
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