Containment Shrink Wrapping For Rail

Equipment item wrapped for rail transport

When shipping containers or crates aren’t viable or cost-effective due to size, ZAP Shrink Wrap keeps products clean and uncontaminated for their protection

Wrapped item on rail car

ZAP’s shrink wrap techniques make tarp a thing of the past; our shrink wrap can be formed to fit any item traveling by rail

Stocked Warehouse

With stocked, immediate access to well over 1,000,000 lbs. of U.S. made premium shrink-wrap and state of the art equipment and accessories, we get on-site fast…and prepared

ZAP Shrink Wrap has been called upon to protect and safely secure shipments for countless projects and industries throughout the country and the world. Shrink wrap has proven its adaptability to many different shapes and sizes making the applications and uses endless whether shipping by land, air or sea. ZAP’s methods have demonstrated time and again to be a robust alternative to the current standards in the shipping industry.

We Offer

  • Fully outfitted trucks and trailers with state of the art installation equipment on standby for rapid response
  • Employees that are fully trained and experienced in the shrink wrap application and shipping specific processes
  • Fully documented/tried-and-true application techniques


  • All ZAP Shrink Wrap employees are OSHA 10 certified
  • Our safety record says it all: since ’02 we’ve had zero OSHA recordables and a less than 1 EMR rating
  • Every project starts with a Full Fall Hazard Analysis Plan (FHA), Job Hazard Analysis Plan (JHA), and Standard Operation Procedure Plan (SOP) along with installation drawings

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Can I repair holes?

Yes! The ease of repairing holes in wrap is one of the main reasons why it is so versatile. The size of the hole in the shrink wrap will determine the best way for it to be repaired. If you only have a small hole, using shrink wrap tape to cover it is the easiest and quickest fix. There are lots of options of tape, so you can repair it with the same color and mil as the wrap. As the holes get larger, simply tape a larger piece of shrink wrap over the hole and lightly shrink it or weld a new piece of wrap to the old piece and shrink it. It’s that easy!

Still not sure you’ve got it all? Check out our blog Shrink Wrap Hole Repair for more details.

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