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Intertape Polymer Group launches new polyolefin shrink film

Intertape Polymer Group, a North American packaging manufacturer, has introduced its newest cross-linked polyolefin shrink film called ExlfilmPlus GPL (Global Performance Lite). IPG began producing polyolefin shrink film in 1993. Over the past 20 years, the company has been shrink wrapping products throughout the world with films produced at its manufacturing sites in the U.S. and Portugal.

Intertape Polymer Group, a North American packaging manufacturer, has introduced its newest cross-linked polyolefin shrink film called ExlfilmPlus GPL (Global Performance Lite).

IPG began producing polyolefin shrink film in 1993. Over the past 20 years, the company has been shrink wrapping products throughout the world with films produced at its manufacturing sites in the U.S. and Portugal.

"IPG has expanded our Exlfilm polyolefin shrink film product line to include ExlfilmPlus GPL -- a thin gauge, high yield film," said Mike Young, VP of Films. "GPL is a cost saving alternative to standard, heavier gauge films without sacrificing performance and protection. The film exhibits exceptional machinability and high speed processing capabilities, while providing customers a superior looking retail package."

ExlfilmPlus GPL is ideal for printers, bakeries, food processors, cosmetic manufacturers and software producers, or for any customer looking to protect or unitize products in a crystal clear, thin gauge film. The film is available in center-fold or single-wound put-ups, pre-perforated, and extended length rolls which reportedly offer additional savings.

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