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Sealed Air Inks Sales And Marketing Agreement With Cubiscan - Quick Facts

Sealed Air Corp. (SEE) announced Monday it signed a sales and marketing agreement with Cubiscan. Under the terms of the agreement, both companies will collaborate to expand the markets for each other's products and services.

The agreement will enable customers to manage their omnichannel packaging and shipment logistics with greater accuracy and efficiency.

It will also see Sealed Air's automated fulfillment systems being used alongside Cubiscan's technology for customers to create sustainable, right-sized, automated packaging that minimize costs and reduce wastage.

Sealed Air's automated fulfillment solutions are designed to minimize shipping, materials, labor and operating costs while optimizing productivity.

Meanwhile, Cubiscan provides systems and software that capture the dimension and weight data of packages to determine how much space a parcel or pallet will occupy on a truck or in a warehouse.

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