Manufacturers are continuously looking for better packaging solutions which reflect versatile characteristics such as sustainability, cost efficient nature, firmness and safety. In the past, steel straps were used for wrapping of products and commodities, however, they posed limitations such as corrosion and damage. Steel straps tend to damage the goods they wrap causing unnecessary wastage. Moreover, due to moisture, they used to develop rust, which after the piercing of the goods, caused quality adulteration and contamination owing to the reactions taking place. Polyester straps do not possess such problems, and they are used to wrap steel bars, iron bars, coils, pipes, crates, cables etc. These polyester straps offer both safety and effective packaging solutions and the products can be unwrapped with minimal effort after unloading. The weight of the polyester straps is less as compared to steel straps; this helps in better transportation of the goods and products. Also, polyester straps do not develop rust, unlike steel, and hence can be used multiple times as a sustainable packaging solution and they are used till their strength wears off (which takes lot of time and hence can be used several times). Polyester straps are made from two materials, either PP (polypropylene) or PET (polyethylene terephthalate).