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FPM Inc

Shrink Wrap Int.

 

The Home of the Shrink Wrap Experts!!

 

FPM, Inc. is the world leader in large and small item shrinkfilm packaging. FPM revolutionized the packaging industry with boat shrinkwrapping in the 1970s, helicopter/fixed-wing aircraft and industrial shrinkwrapping in the 1980s, and custom pre-formed shrink wrap kits in the 1990s.

Now in the new millennium, FPM initiates another revolution - Intercept Shrinkfilm™ Anti-Rust, Anti-Corrosion, Anti-Mold/Mildew with Permanent ESD protection for (15+years) inside storage and (4+years) outside storage able to withstand nearly any outdoor environment. Intercept Shrinkfilm will protect against rust & corrosion in all climates and temperature ranges including hot, cold, wet or dry climates.

Intercept Shrinkfilm™ is the world's first shrinkfilm that utilizes a non-chemical-emitting, Anti-Corrosive, Anti-Rust, Anti-Mold/Mildew permanent ESD protected resin.

Developed by Lucent Technologies Bell Labs. Intercept™ is designed to protect industrial equipment, aircraft, electronics, and most anything you want to protect from rust & corrosion during storage and shipments.

Watch an Informative video about Intercept Technology.

   

Our web sites are currently under construction.

We are currently working to bring our content up to contemporary standards. Please excuse us while we work to complete construction of our site.

Check back frequently for updated information on our products, services and specials.

We will be consolidating the following sites into one, allowing for more streamlined information updates and a better navigation structure across the board.

www.InterceptShrinkFilm.com
www.Shrink-Film.com
www.Shrinkwrapping.com

For further information contact FPM using the information to the right.

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