Dizota Packaging Provides Most Secure Styrofoam Packaging For Products

Dizota Packaging provides quality foam wraps that help products from getting broke and damage during transportation.

Hanoi, Vietnam - June 3, 2020 / / —

Dizota Packaging is a Vietnam based retail and wholesale company that provides all kinds of quality foam wraps. The official website of the company is describing its new product. Styrofoam wrapped goods. This is a type of sheath that protects the product from getting broken down due to collision and avoid scratches during transportation. Styrofoam packed goods are made up of a porous material that helps the packaging of goods be protected more effectively safely. This type of packaging is suitable, especially for fragile products such as cosmetics, glasses, electronics, and much more. One of the Styrofoam wrapped goods is a 40cm x 50m steam sponge roll, which is 1.5 kg in weight and comes with an affordable price of 100,000 Vietnamese Dong. This is a small type of foam suitable for packaging fragile goods such as phones, tablets, vases, gift boxes. These rolls are light and soft, which helps in the reduction of force of impact during the collision of products. These air bubbles are a shockproof sponge and are resistant to static electricity on the product. Some other Styrofoam wrapped goods are PE foam roller 3mm x 100m, 30cm x 100m steam sponge roll, 5mm small air bubble wrap.

One of the biggest reasons for their popularity in Vietnam is that they believe in serving customers and taking their suggestions. These suggestions from customers have helped them to develop and become a reputable company today. Not only packaging but Dizota Packaging also provides the best possible advice from industry experts, instructions on choosing the type of packaging that best suits your product, saving packaging costs to consumers through their in-depth understanding and experience about the market.

A company representative further adds that Dizota Packaging also offers carton boxes, tapes, cement paper, Styrofoam air bubbles that come with steam foam membranes.

About the Company:
Dizota Packaging is a Vietnam based company that provides diversified packaging products such as PE foam, air bubble wrap; PE film wrapped, adhesive tape, cement paper packaging, carton, and much more and that too at an affordable price. Their main aim is to ensure that goods are transported safely from one place to another without any breakage or damage caused due to transportation. They ensure the delivery of the products is done quickly. Dizota Packaging also tries to provide customers with quality products, which is why they are consistent with a single control process. They have partnered with reputable brands, including Panasonic, Hitachi, Daikin, Sharp, Cuckoo, Coway.

Contact Details:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mangxopbochangtaihanoi/
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQVOaz0ZtadXsvzfm5QR3tQ
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/dizota-packaging/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/dizotapackaging

Contact Info:
Name: Cecil Colby
Email: Send Email
Organization: Dizota Packaging Vietnam
Address: No. 8, lane 76 Linh Lang, Ba Dinh, Hanoi
Phone: +84 833 81 33 66
Website: https://dizota.vn/

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Release ID: 88960314

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