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While developing and launching products amid a pandemic has its own set of challenges, the collaborative and innovative work from Sealed Air’s China, Singapore, and Thailand teams during COVID-19 resulted in Singapore Business Review (SBR) awarding them the "Designed in Singapore Award" for the SEALED AIR® brand QuikWrap Nano boxed paper wrapping dispenser and the "Made in Singapore Award" for SEALED AIR® brand TemPreserve customizable thermal PUR packaging.
Held annually, the awards, hosted by SBR, recognize exceptional products that are proudly designed and manufactured in Singapore. Entries are open to all companies in Singapore that produce business-to-consumer (B2C) and business-to-business (B2B) products. SEE is the only company to have won in both categories.
“Our commitment to designing and delivering protective and sustainable packaging solutions is what drives us to continue to innovate and to better serve our customers across industries,” said Chee Yap, Executive Director for Innovation & Development, Asia Pacific.
During the pandemic, these two innovations were timely solutions to help our customers meet essential needs and address critical packaging challenges. SEALED AIR® brand TemPreserve customizable thermal PUR packaging is enabling medical and pharma companies to ship valuable medical solutions like devices, test kits, and vaccines within required temperatures, while SEALED AIR® brand QuikWrap QuikWrap Nano boxed paper wrapping dispenser is a recyclable paper option for small- and medium-sized businesses to meet the spike in e-commerce and retail demand.
"We had great teamwork and it’s all about being flexible, resourceful, and open to ideas on working around challenges,” said Yap.
Interested in helping create award-winning solutions that solve critical packaging challenges? Check out our careers page for open roles.
About the Author
Lynn Chan is the Regional Communications Leader for Asia Pacific at Sealed Air, and is responsible for both internal and external communications in the region.