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MetProGrip Anti Slip & Protective Paper Packaging

MetPro Group, a Transilwrap company, has created MetProGrip, a new protective paper packaging for products in transportation.


Many manufacturers face damage issues during transportation, and broken or damaged products can cut deep into profits. With the easy-to-implement MetProGrip added into their process, businesses can save thousands just by adding a few sheets of paper.



MetProGrip Anti Slip Protective Paper Packaging

What is MetProGrip?


MetProGrip is an anti-slip protective paper packaging that provides an affordable, effective, and simple way to stop items from being damaged during transport. By adding MetProGrip sheets to palettes during handling, products are less likely to fall, shift, or break. It even allows products to be stacked higher without worry, making transportation more efficient.


MetProGrip is reusable, 100% recyclable, and even safe for use with food products. MetPro has always made efforts to help manufacturers reduce their environmental impact, and MetProGrip is just one of their great ways of doing that. You can view MetPro’s other environmentally friendly products at


Why Create MetProGrip?


MetPro set out to make sure their customers’ products were protected and safe from start to finish. They figured out what protective paper packaging manufacturers needed, and designed MetProGrip to:


  • Protect products from slipping and being damaged
  • Be easily added into the shipping process
  • Allow for more efficient transportation
  • Be safe, reusable, recyclable, and durable


About MetPro:


MetPro, a Transilwrap Company, is an international industrial and automotive packaging company with locations around the globe. Specializing in VCI Film, Industrial Packaging, Contract Packaging, VCI Paper, and Automotive VCI Film, MetPro sets the standard for the packing industry.


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