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Sealed Air: Reimagining Customer Solutions

Delivering solutions that meet customers' sustainability needs by providing an ethical supply chain, responsible materials, sustainable innovations and quantifiable customer benefits.

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Unsealing Value in a Sustainable E-commerce Supply Chain
It started and ended with a sock puppet. In 1999, the mascot let pet owners know that they no longer needed to trek to their local store to buy pet supplies. Instead, they could order online and have them delivered to their doorstep for free.  But the e-tailer lost money on almost every sale. It was hard to turn a profit while taking on the high costs of shipping bulky items...
Oct 25, 2017 8:15 AM ET
Sealed Air and Alchemy Systems Partner to Improve Food Safety and Traceability Across Borders
Sealed Air and Alchemy Systems have announced a new partnership.  Whereby the two companies will work together in Latin America and North America to help both food producers and exporters meet growing and changing industry regulations by identifying and addressing risks in their supply chains.   “We’re partnering with Alchemy to provide insight driven e-learning solutions to our global...
Oct 11, 2017 8:15 AM ET
Global Resource Challenges Study
Commissioned by Sealed Air, the Economist Intelligence Unit researched the world’s greatest resource challenges. Learn how top leaders are maximizing the resources we do have, ultimately driving down costs and improving profitability at For more...
Sep 13, 2017 9:00 AM ET
Preventing Returned Goods Was Worth $12m Annually to This Retailer
After days of tracking your shipment, it’s finally arrived. Excited to show off your new television, you quickly unbox your online purchase and begin the setup process. But then you see it, a screen filled with snow and static. Unfortunately, shipping damage is a big problem. And for the e-...
Jun 28, 2017 8:05 AM ET
Climate Change Having a Domino Effect on Food & Beverage Industry
Last year, Sue Walker moved her Queensland, Australia cattle herd 1,200 miles south in search of greener grass. Australia has seen less rainfall and warmer temperatures each year since 1994, a combination that has led to severe droughts, which continue to affect regions of the country to this day. And Queensland has now become too hot and dry to maintain herds, forcing ranchers like Sue...
Jun 21, 2017 8:30 AM ET