Three sheets is all it takes to protect around 75% of all packaged goods in transit. Corrugated packaging has a unique structure that results in its strength, while remaining lightweight and low cost. Corrugated board can be found throughout today’s logistics networks protecting items in transit from champagne and car engines to bees.

Corrugated of course!

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insect hotel packaging award

insect hotel packaging awardIn the first Dutch packaging awards for 2016 packaging designed for a range of insect hotels using recycled corrugated board has won first prize in the non-food design section.  The packaging was designed by Dutch based Brum Design.  In summing up its decision, the jury concluded that “this simple, functional and cheerful packaging fits well with the product, and supports the sustainability philosophy of the manufacturer. The product is well protected with a minimal amount of packaging material (recycled corrugated). The product-packaging combination has a great gift value.”   

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MrMsC-Tray_crop

MrMsC-Tray_crop

Common Footprint Quality (CFQ) is a new European-wide standard promising top quality corrugated packaging for fruit & vegetable trays. Standardised features provide adequate strength with as a result an accredited tray that safely transports fruits & vegetables from the producer to the point of sale. An audit system ensures that the promised standards are met and the modular design of the box enables you to stack trays from different producers.

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meatpack

meatpack  Corrugated board is the number 1 packaging for meat. As it is for fruit & vegetables. Yet both categories use different corrugated solutions. Until recently, that is. Dawn Meats, a major beef & lamb exporter, looked for a new packaging for their export into some 40 countries. Requirements were a turnkey solution for their three production sites in Ireland, cost reduction, better pallet utilization and above all, total elimination of the risk of damages.

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saica_winepack

saica_winepackFor decades manufacturers have designed packaging solutions for transporting wine safely, but with the growth of e-commerce wine producers and retailers have identified new needs. Wine e-retailers have seen the growth of orders for single bottles, and typically glass bottles require strong packaging to withstand the risks of parcel shipping.

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 Choosing the best packaging, shelving and racking systems to manage inventory, storage and order picking of garments and accessories is a challenge for most online fashion retailers. And never more so than during sales!

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