February 2011

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New packaging reduces costs

Henry® Co. now packages its self-adhering cap sheets and roof underlayments in weather-resistant polypropylene shrink-wrap packaging instead of cardboard boxes.

The new packaging reportedly reduces on-site costs for contractors, including the labor required to collect empty boxes and dispose of them, as well as dump fees. For distributors, the label graphics are said to help increase sales by better communicating product features and benefits.

Products available with the polypropylene packaging include: Eaveguard® Self-Adhered Shingle Underlayment; Blueskin® Roof Ice and Water Barrier; Blueskin Roof High-Temperature Underlayment; Blueskin Roof WP Self-Adhered Waterproofing; Henry LowSlope™ Self-Adhered Roofing; and DuraTac® Base &...

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