Expanded Polystyrene is used in many different packing and packaging applications. EPS has exceptional thermal insulation properties and water/moisture resistant features, making it ideal for storing and transporting perishable products such as vegetables and seafood. Furthermore, polystyrene packaginghas very good shock-absorption properties enabling the storage and transport of fragile elements.


The shock-absorption properties of expanded polystyrene packaging help you keep products safe during transport, delivering them in the same form as when they were packed. EPS has excellent thermal insulation properties, making it excellent for transporting food and similar products. Expanded polystyrene packing will keep your food fresh longer than other packing methods.

In addition, polystyrene packing blocks and sheets are made of up to 98% air, making them extremely lightweight. Packaging that adds almost no weight is very important for large-scale logistics operations. EPS is also easy to mold, so you can find almost any size and shape you need, including with and without ventilation openings.

EPS is heat-, water-, and moisture-resistant. These properties will not only stop your products from being contaminated by outside materials, they can help prevent the development of harmful germs or bacteria.


Besides its advantages as a packing material, EPS is also eco-friendly. Manufacturing EPS consumes little energy and produces no waste material. You can reuse your packaging, or recycle it. If you wish, our trucks will collect your EPS waste to be recycled.   


Yes, EPS is safe to be used for food packaging. Polystyrene is chemically inert, which means that its molecules will not migrate to your products. EPS has been in use for decades and tested thoroughly to confirm that it can cause no harm to humans.