This type of material is highly resistant and a favorite of many customers due to its high level of protection to items. They offer total protection to items, from shocks to external effects such as moisture. It is often used to protect from food to medical equipment. Plastic boxes different from cardboard packaging boxes are usually returnable in nature, undoubtedly one of the most used materials in the world when packing products. Types of plastic packaging Bubble Plastic: This material is made of a flexible and thin plastic on which are small air bubbles (you are varying their density depending on the size of what is to be packed) that serve to cushion the shocks that the packaged product might suffer. Polystyrene: It is a highly moldable sparkling material, it is mainly used to prevent electrical products such as TVs and refrigerators from moving considerably reducing the risk of damage and facilitating its packaging. Transparent film: It is a plastic material used as an air and humidity insulator, widely used when packing food products and other types, since they have a great capacity to mobilize objects. Plastic bags: They are usually made of PVC which gives them great strength. Their sizes are varied and are used to pack a very varied amount of items. Your size will depend on your ability to bear weight. They are very popular due to their high strength and protection of objects. Plastic envelopes: These envelopes have a high level of opacity so it is difficult to observe their contents, in addition to them have a high quality adhesive tape which once sealed becomes impossible to break. They come in different sizes. These envelopes are easily labelable. Plastic boxes: These special boxes offer a high level of protection to the packaged object because they do not usually deteriorate over time as a cardboard box and has greater shock resistance. There are certain objects that can only be transported in plastic boxes, such as medical equipment, food, chemicals and corrosives and, very heavy and delicate objects.