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User Safe Cargo Securement Products
At Complete Packaging Systems, we take safety very seriously. The shipping industry can be dangerous if products are not secured properly. Not only can shipping your product be dangerous, the act of securing your cargo
We’ve Moved Locations!
Complete Packaging Systems is excited to announce that we have moved! Although we loved our previous office location in Whitby, ON, we have moved on to bigger and better things. We have moved into a brand-new office
New Distributor Packs!
We wanted to post this short blog to let you know about a new product we have! Complete Packaging Systems is pleased to announce that we now sell dunnage bag kits called Distributor Packs! Distributor packs are made up
Metals Industry – LoadSecure™ 8260
Complete Packaging Systems supplies LoadSecure™ 6910 rubber friction mats as an effective, safe and cost- efficient replacement to traditional wood blocking and bracing, which are manufactured with a maximum working
Paper Vs. Polypropylene Dunnage Bags
In this blog we will discuss the benefits of choosing polypropylene dunnage bags over paper dunnage bags when used in cargo securement. Complete Packaging Systems recommends our CYCLONE polypropylene dunnage bags over
System Strength of Synthetic Cord Strap
When trying to determine the proper strength of synthetic cord strap needed in your load plan there are two types of measurements commonly referred to - Break Strength and System Strength – but what do these mean?
PSI Levels for Dunnage Bags
Dunnage bags are a versatile and easy way to fill voids in load plans, but there are user recommendations for dunnage bags the operator should follow. In this blog, we will describe the importance of filling your
T-Loading Pulpboard Rolls
When shipping pulpboard rolls in cushion-equipped boxcars, more rolls can be shipped in a single railcar by using an on-side or T-Loading method. T-loading consists of loading the first layer of rolls into a railcar
Creating a Great Load Plan
A perfect way to generate a safe load plan when preparing to ship your product in a closed car is by referencing the AAR (Association of American Railroads) Loading Guides for your commodity combined with the use of
What Are Contour Buffer Pads?
When shipping roll paper, it can be difficult to find a product that fills voids between paper rolls due to the curved, rounded shape of the rolls. Contour buffer pads are designed to help stabilize dunnage bags and