Pulp mould have a wide range of industrial applications, ranging from home electronics and commercial machinery parts to medical equipment.
Our pulp mould do not need to be assembled; rather, they are a single-piece mould. This makes the packaging process more cost-effective by reducing labor costs and improving efficiency. Furthermore, the solid molded design of our pulp mould gives them greater strength and shock-absorbency, and the distinctive color and texture of pulp mould enhances the attractiveness of customers' products.
We also have a great track record with a variety of applications not listed above and would love to talk with you about how our products can be put to work for you.
Below are some examples of the industrial applications to which Ohishi Sangyo's packaging products are put to use. We also have a great track record with a variety of applications not listed here and would love to talk with you about how our products can be put to work for you.
Used as take-away drink holders. These moulds are available for any drink size and can be segmented to accommodate even a single unit. They offer superior safety and water-absorbency.
Used as medical equipment packaging for hemodialysis dialyzers. This shock-absorbent tray contributes to packaging volume reduction, simplification and automation.
This side padded-type mould is used as a shock-absorbent material for relatively lightweight item such as printer toner cartridge.
This top and bottom padded-type mould is used as a shock-absorbent material for relatively heavier item such as electric water heater.
This four point padded-type mould is used as a shock-absorbent material for large items, such as hot water heaters or fan heaters. Shock absorbency is provided with a minimum of material used.
This bendable-type mould is a paper mould which provides maximum shock-absorbency when bent.
Offers a composite pulp mould and corrugated board design. By combining the good aspects of pulp mould with the good aspects of corrugated board into a single packaging design, total cost benefit and shock absorbency can be maximized.
Switching from cardboard containers requiring assembly to pulp mould cuts out the need for packaging material assembly as well as reduces the number of pieces of packaging required.
Cardboard containers requiring assembly take up a significant amount of storage space. But because pulp mould can be stacked one atop another, this reduces the amount of storage space they require.
Foam packaging has an environmentally-unfriendly image; however, this is not the case with pulp mould made from recycled paper. These moulds can also be sorted for recycling when they are no longer needed.