FP International manufactures innovative protective packaging products and packaging systems. Products include packaging-made-on-site, bubble, air cushions, Kraft paper cushioning and ready-to-use products, polyethylene foam, loosefill made of 100% recycled polystyrene or cornstarch and Kraft/bubble mailers. The company also designs and installs custom dispensing/storage systems for air cushions and loosefill.
In the United States, the company has manufacturing facilities in California, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky and Massachusetts. The company has wholly owned subsidiaries in France, Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom and a sales office in Australia.
In addition to manufacturing protective packaging,
FP International recycles polystyrene foam (EPS) packaging and uses the polystyrene it recycles to make new loosefill packaging. With five recycling operations in the U.S. and one in the United Kingdom, the company recycled over 10 million pounds of EPS in 2008.
Founder and current president Arthur Graham incorporated the company in 1967 as Free-Flow Packaging Corporation to manufacture and sell FLO-PAK loosefill packaging.
In the last decade, the company expanded its product lines, adopted the trade name FP International and changed its legal name to Free-Flow Packaging International, Inc.
FP International is a privately held company with 500 employees worldwide and over $100 million (U.S.) dollars) in annual sales in 2008.