Sealed Air Corp was founded in 1960. The Company is engaged in food safety and security, facility hygiene and product protection. It serves end markets including food and beverage processing, food service, retail, healthcare and industrial, and commercial and consumer applications. The Company has brands such as Cryovac packaging technology, Diversey and TASKI brand cleaning and hygiene solutions and its Bubble Wrap brand cushioning, Jiffy protective mailers, and Instapak foam-in-place systems. The Company operates in different regions such as Africa, Asia "excluding Japan and South Korea", Central and Eastern Europe, and Latin America. The Company operates in three segments; Food Care, which was previously named Food & Beverage; Diversey Care, which was previously named Institutional & Laundry; and Product Care, which was previously named Protective Packaging. The Food Care division focuses on providing processors, retailers and food service operators a range of integrated system solutions that improve the management of contamination risk and facility hygiene during the food and beverage production process, extend product shelf life through packaging technologies, and improve merchandising, ease-of-use, and back-of-house preparation processes. Its solutions are marketed under the Cryovac and Diversey trademarks and under sub-brands such as Cryovac Grip & Tear, Cryovac Mirabella, Simple Steps and Secure Check. The Diversey Care division represents the broad offering of Diversey-branded total integrated system solutions for facility hygiene, food safety and security, and infection control to customers. The Product Care division provides customers a portfolio of Product Care systems designed for use across a range of applications and industries. Its solutions are marketed under industry brands that include Bubble Wrap and AirCap air cellular packaging, Cryovac performance shrink films, Shanklin shrink packaging systems and many more. The Company employed sales, marketing and customer service personnel throughout the world who sell and market its products to and through a number of distributors, fabricators, converters, e-commerce and mail order fulfillment firms, and contract packaging firms as well as directly to end-users such as food processors, foodservice businesses, supermarket retailers, lodging, retail, pharmaceutical companies, healthcare facilities, medical device manufacturers, and other manufacturers. The Company's raw materials are polyolefin and other petrochemical-based resins and films, caustic soda, solvents, waxes, phosphates, surfactants, chelates, fragrances and paper and wood pulp products. The Company is the owner or licensee of an aggregate of over 4,900 United States and foreign patents and patent applications, as well as an aggregate of over 10,300 United States and foreign trademark registrations and trademark applications that relate its products, manufacturing processes and equipment. It competes with its packaging products based on packaging performance characteristics, service and price. The Company is subject to various laws, rules and regulations in the countries, jurisdictions and localities in which it operates.