Plastic Packaging Materials
- Special OfferInfinity Hand Film
Starting at $10.95
- Infinity Machine Film
Starting at $74.80
- Powerwrap Handstretch Film
Starting at $10.50
- Ultra Wrap Film
Starting at $13.45
- PowerWrap Black
Starting at $21.50
- Special OfferBio-Degradable Stretch Film
Starting at $19.99
- White Stretch Film
Starting at $29.90
- UV Resistant Stretch Film
Starting at $25.85
- Extra Wide Stretch Film
Starting at $85.35
Trusted Plastic Packaging Suppliers in Sydney, Melbourne & Across Australia
Plastic is about as versatile and as adaptable as a packaging material can get. The tough yet lightweight kitchen staple known as cling wrap, for example, is made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and can be used for everything from keeping lunches fresh to separating meat in the freezer for more convenient storage. A much tougher form of plastic is Polypropylene Plastic (PP), which is often used to make buckets capable of storing chemicals in liquid or solid form. Plastic packaging materials can even go as far as shrink wrap for boats and other vehicles. Whatever your needs, you can rest assured that there’s a suitable plastic packaging option for almost every item. If you’re looking for trusted plastic packaging suppliers in Sydney or Melbourne for your business, you can trust the packing material suppliers at TigerPak to have what you need.
Superior Quality Pallet Wrap & Other Packaging for a Multitude of Items
When it comes to plastic packaging materials for commercial and industrial use, you can count on TigerPak to have the most suitable options for your needs. As a leading plastic packaging manufacturer, we have it all among our plastic packing supplies, including:
- Hand stretch film and machine stretch film
- Plastic wrap for moving
- Pallet wrap
- Pallet netting
- Plastic wrap roll
- And much more
You can also take advantage of our wide variety of plastic bags wholesale in Australia, including zip lock, stock poly, heavy duty asbestos removal and polywoven bags. Whatever you need bulk bags in Sydney or Melbourne for, you can rely on our plastic bag suppliers in Sydney to have the exact plastic packaging material you need.
Expert Packing Material Suppliers Since 2002
For over 15 years, the team at TigerPak has been one of the premier plastic packaging material suppliers and stretch film manufacturers in Sydney and greater New South Wales. No matter what your industry or nature of work, you can rest easy knowing that TigerPak has your plastic packaging needs covered in Sydney, Melbourne and across Australia. From plastic bags in Sydney to builders film, pallet top covers to poly tubing and everything in between, place your order with us by 5pm for same-day dispatch. If you’d like any further information on any of our products, contact us to speak to our experienced plastic packing materials and plastic bag suppliers in Australia.
Which is the best wrap?
We stock a large range of the highest quality stretchwraps on the market. Each style is manufactured slightly differently to make it ideal for a specific usage/situation. For example, Grip Film is an excellent option for high quantity users, as it is a very fast option, reduces back strain, and reduces wasteage space. On the other hand, Blown films, such as Megastretch, are ideal for sharp objects or heavy/bulky loads, as they are extremely puncture resistant.
How long are the rolls?
Stretchwrap lengths differ depending on thickness of the wrap/ application etc. Hand film varies between 350-500m in length, while machine wrap is around 1300-2500m.
Can I shrink standard wrap/Builders film?
Yes, but only with limited success. Builder's film has a high recycled content which does not shrink with heat. You may achieve some shrinkage but it will be very uneven and can vary a lot from batch to batch. For great results every time use LDPE Shrink Film or HP White Shrink Film.
Do you have biodegradable wrap?
Yes – we sell Bio-Degradable Stretch wrap in both Hand and Machine applications. Check out our codes 2150, 2152.
What does a ‘Blown’ stretchwrap mean?
‘Blown’ refers to the processes used to manufacture the stretchwrap. This process results in a very strong film, which is highly puncture resistant (great for heavy and irregular loads, or products with sharp edges). Blown film also has a very high tack, meaning the products are held very securely.