Perhaps you’ve noticed the increased quality and style in Liberty Packaging’s shared content over the last year. This improvement can be attributed to our newest creative and tech staffer, Greg Spitz. Certainly, his last two videos “Corrosion - Its Natural”
and “ESD and Static - Fun With Science”
are unique and engaging. Greg took on two very complex subjects which continue to be studied in great detail by generations of scientists, engineers, and other specialists. There are associations, companies such as Liberty Packaging, seminars, white papers, trade shows and other groups specifically geared to the study and management of corrosion and ESD. Greg stepped back to view the big picture on these issues and simplified them for two three-minute videos that just make sense. We urge you to take a look.
Along with being an excellent short-video maker and a student of physics and technology, Greg is a skilled musician who can play multiple instruments, with the guitar being his speciality. He currently sings and plays in the original progressive rock band, The Van Burens. The Van Burens have toured the United States, released two musical EPs, and can boast many fans within all age groups, especially here in the Northeast. For the Liberty videos, Greg writes the script, composes and performs the soundtrack, films and records content and edits.
Be sure to watch for new informative and entertaining video productions by Greg, coming soon.
View Corrosion - It’s Natural
View ESD and Static - Fun With Science
Intercept Technology Packaging products fit within a sustainability strategy because they are reusable, recyclable, do not contain or use volatile components (No VOCs, Not a VCI) and leave a smaller carbon footprint than most traditional protective packaging products.