Corrugated packaging leaves the competition standing when it comes to protecting goods – fresh produce in particular.
As well as keeping fruit and vegetables safe, corrugated board has a great hygiene record. Scientific research has proven that corrugated reduces the risk of microbiological contamination compared with reusable plastic crates – prolonging shelf life by up to three days!
Corrugated board is also a great example of the circular economy. Not only is corrugated made from up to 88% recycled materials it is also the most recycled paper product.
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Corrugated packaging adapts easily to all shapes and sizes to give greater protection, insulation and rigidity. Today’s advanced printing techniques have even turned corrugated board into attractive shelf-ready packaging that works as an effective marketing tool.
It’s no coincidence that 75% of all packaged goods transported today are packed in corrugated. Corrugated packaging‘s unique structure makes it strong, while keeping it lightweight and low cost.
Corrugated packaging is a great example of the circular economy. As a paper product it is circular by nature: 100% recyclable, based on 100% renewable sources (thanks to sustainably managed forests) and 100% bio-degradable.
Today’s smart packaging simplifies labour intensive tasks and makes better use of available transport space – all while preventing damage to goods. These intelligent designs rely on the unique qualities of highly adaptable corrugated.
Corrugated board provides cushioning, ventilation, strength, moisture resistance and protection. The ingenious construction of this high performance packaging material makes it rigid and resistant while letting air circulate to provide excellent insulation.