Air Pillow Packaging Equipment
On-demand inflatable protective packaging
At Hughes, we offer a variety of air pillow void fill systems to protect and cushion any type of product. Machines come in a variety of configurations, including portable, table-top and standalone so you can find the one that works for your packaging operations.
We partner with protective packaging equipment leaders Sealed Air, Storopack, and Pregis to provide void fill machines that can handle an incredible array of sizes and weights of products. These void fill machines can produce wrappable void fill air pillows, traditional air pillows, and other inflated air cushioning.
Talk to a skilled representative from Hughes Enterprises at (609) 586-7200 or request a quote online.
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Manufacturers we stand behind
Hughes Enterprises offers protective packaging equipment from industry leaders, including Storopack, Pregis and Sealed Air. Contact us to learn more about our manufacturer partnerships.
We’re there when you need us
When downtime strikes on your packaging line, never wonder who to call to get operations back up and running. Hughes Enterprises offers 24/7 maintenance and support for the life of your protective packaging equipment.
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